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1983 mirror 




volume lxxx 



waltham high school 

waltham, massac.husetts 






the colors off our life 
are bountiful and bold 







the purple glow of indigo 







the glories off a rainbow 
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dedication 

jack delaney 




From November of 1973 to June 1982 Jack Delaney was Taylor Publishing 
Company's representative to the Waltham High. During that time Jack took a 
mediocre book and made it a book unequaled in the New England area. Jack's 
patience and understanding in teaching an inexperienced advisor the finer 
points of yearbook design was the main reason for any success that we have 
enjoyed. 

Last June Jack passed away suddenly and on that day the Waltham High 
School yearbook lost its biggest supporter. Last July I decided to go along with 
Jack's plan for using computer graphics in the book. I then dedicated myself to 
producing the finest yearbook that I could. Mere words cannot describe my 
feelings, but this book will serve as my tribute to my friend, mentor, and a true 
gentleman-Jack Delaney. 



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memorial 

bernie collins 




Bernard Collins was a member of the Waltham High School Business Depart- 
ment for the past 18 years. During his time at the high school he was a devoted 
teacher, involved in educational activities and an active member of the Wal- 
tham Educators Association. 

As a family man with ten children of his own, Mr. Collins was well prepared as 
a teacher. He had an excellent rapport with his students, was full of under- 
standing and concern for others, and earned the respect, admiration, and 
fondness of his peers. 



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teacher of the 
year 

mr. thomas cappucci 

When Mr. Cappucci tells his students to 
strive to become an achievers, they don't 
have to look any further than his desk for a 
great example of one. Mr. Cappucci gives us 
the gift of knowledge and strives to make 
all his students attain this gift. Mr. Cappucci 
has unselfishly given of himself for the sole 
benefit of the students of Waltham High. 
He prepared for weeks in his debate on Re- 
ganomics, to help enlighten us all on the 
subject. Mr. Cappucci is also available to us 
on his own time after school to help us with 
any problems we may have in our studies. 
After leaving Mr. Cappucci's class one can- 
not help feeling satisfaction, knowing that 
something was learned that day. Mr. Cap- 
pucci is more than just a teacher to us, he is 
a friend and a figure to look up to. 

mrs. carol graceffa 

Mrs. Carol Graceffa has been a dedicated 
biology teacher at Waltham High School 
for 14 years. She is a graduate of Fra- 
mingham State College with a Masters De- 
gree in teaching and a Bachelors Degree in 
Science. 

Of course, it is not the degree that counts, 
but it is the person herself. Mrs. Graceffa, 
the teacher, is unique in that she makes it 
easy for her students to understand and 
learn from her. She is always ready to help 
a confused student whether it's during a 
free period or after school. Her organized 
and efficient teaching methods surprisingly 
can make dissecting sheep brains an inter- 
esting experience. 

Mrs. Graceffa, the person, is a warm-heart- 
ed, humorous woman. She adds a pleasant 
touch to her teaching by sharing with her 
students some of her personal, funny sto- 
ries. Possibly, half the school's population 
offered to marry her when they found out 
she bought her husband a brand new Fire- 
bird for his birthday. 

The Class of 1983 has chosen Mrs. Graceffa 
for a special thank you and recognition as a 
Teacher of the Year. 



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mr. James mcdonnell 

After graduating from Waltham High, Mr. 
James McDonnell certainly did not forget it. 

He returned after attending the Mass Col- 
lege of Pharmacy and Boston and Fra- 
mingham Colleges to teach math. He is an 
excellent, dedicated teacher who works 
hard with and for his students. 

To students and friends, he is known as 
"Mr. Mac". People have always counted on 
Mr. Mac and he's never let them down. He 
organizes both the Europe and Bermuda 
trips, gives 100% toward the Yearbook as its 
advisor, as well as teaching during the day 
and working as a pharmacist at night. 

Anyone that knows Mr. Mac well (All it 
takes is a few weeks of classes with him), 
knows that a few of his favorites are the 
Celtics and Elvis Presley. Start a conversa- 
tion with him with either of these topics and 
you're bound to have an enjoyable chat! 

Mr. McDonnell is a fantastic math teacher 
and a terrific person and is an appropriate 
choice for a Teacher of the Year. 







yearbook staff 

kathy venini editor 

linda magliarditi co-editor 

lisa stalman co-editor 

carol kirsch business editor 

anne arnold literary editor 

karen gearty associate editor 

kris hill associate editor 

carla lamb associate editor 

seta stepanian associate editor 

cheryl lavash contributing editor 

james mcdonnell advisor 

John neister . . publisher's representative 








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BARBARA 


ANTHONY J. 


CARMELA 


213 Prospect Hill Rd. 


AGHAMIANZ 


AGOSTINO 


AISMONDO 




40 Porter Rd. 


42 Charlotte Rd. 


396 River St. 




KEVIN M. ALARIE 
70 School St. 



ROSALIE ALBANESE 
53 Rosewood Dr. 



DA VID ALESSE 
59 Cedar St. 



J A Y G. ALLEN 

115 South St. 




NANCY AMELIA 
15 Caughey St. 



KRISTEN ANDERSON THOMAS ANDREWS 

5 Cunningham Cir. 5 Foundry Ave. 



JOANNA ANIELLO 

17 Warren Ave. 



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WILLIAM 

ARCHIBALD 

67 Lakeview Ave. 



BRENDA 
ARSENAULT 
11 James St. 



TERESA ARCURI 
14 Pearl St. 



ANNE ARNOLD 
25 Caughey St. 




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DANNY ARNOLD 

89 Whitman Rd. 




CAROL ARSENAULT 

10 Wyola Prospect 



STEVEN ASHNESS 
29 Hawthorne Rd. 



NANCY A VILES 
195 1 ' Newton St. 




LISA B A BINE A U 
64 Orange St. 



HENRY BANREVI 

93 Crescent St. 



MAUREEN BART 1 1 
19 Irving St. 



RICHARD 

BARTLEMAN 

Webster St. 




ROBERT BASSETT 

9 Allen Rd. 



MARLENE M. 
BELANGER 

12 Rumford Ave. 



SUSAN BASTARACHE 
221 Grove St. 



NANCY K. BEATON 
28 Warren Ave. 



EVA-MARI 
BE A UREGARD 

20 Hammer St. 




KRISTIN A. BELL 
60 Cleveland Rd. 



SUSAN BELLAN 
6 Willard St. 



JOSE M. BENJAMIN 

59 Chester Ln. 




AMY B. BENOIT 

571 Main St. 



ADAM BERNSTEIN 

7 Fuller St. 



RICHARD T BESSO 
30 Lake Rd. 



LAURA R. BIBBO 

74 Wetherbee Rd. 



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ROBERT BIBBO 

206 Jericho Hill Rd. 



PAMELA J BIDDY 

18 Stearns St. 



LESLIE S. BLAIR 
10 Central St. 



ELIZABETH BODHOLT 
10 Bruce Rd. 







CA TERINA M. 

BONADIO 

35 Albert St. 



KEVIN BONE 

111 Villa St. 



JUDITH A. BONICA 

16 Royal St. 



DEN IS E BOUCHER 
20 Taylor St. 




GISELLE M. BOUCHER 
31 Hays Rd. 



DONNA M. BOUDREAU GERARD BOUDREA I 
12 Cabot St. 16 Cutter St 



JULIE A. BOUDREAU 

l» Rosehill Way 



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ANTHONY BOULOS 

109 Pond St. 



ANNETTE BOURGEOIS 
32 Prospect St./Ave. 



CAROLE BOURGEOIS 

196 Dale St. 



JILL BOURGEOIS 

23 Cedar Hill Ln. 




RONALD BOURGEOIS 

138 Ellison Pk. 



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MARGARET BRENNAN 
18 Myrtle St. 



STEVEN BOVE 
136 Alder St. 



SEYMOUR BOVELL 

141 Dale St. 



PAUL BRENNAN 
85 Upton Rd. 



TRACEY BRETON 
112 Hatherly Rd. 



CHRISTOPHER 

BOWLER 

18 Windsor Ter. 




COLLEEN BROWN 
20 A Caughey St. 



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DOREEN M. 
BUCKLEY 

63 Pigeon Ln. 



PAUL G. CABAN 
106 Wetherbee Rd. 



RONALD H. BUCKNAM SUSAN BUSCEMI 
16 Wocrd Ave. 144 Pine St. 



SCOT BUTCHER 
13 Larchmont Ave. 




JEAN M. CADIGAN 
71 College Farm Rd. 



ERICA A. CAHOON 

105 Lura Ln. 



BYRON CAIL 

151 Doty St. 




JAMIE M. 

CALLAHAN 
31 Nutting Rd. 



ALEC CAMPBELL 

7 Randall St. 



ERIC CAMPBELL 

7 Randall St. 



GIN A CARUSO 
51 Wadsworth Ave. 



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LISA CARUSO 

104 Alder St. 



DORIS CASELLA 
133 Beal Rd. 



JOHN CASELLA 

185 Worcester Ln. 



LISA CASELLA 

122 Winter St. 




DONALD CASEY 
29 Bradford St. 



NEIL CASEY 
23 Virginia Rd. 



CATHERINE CASO 

95 Gregory St. 



JAMES CENTOFANTI 
17 Marlborough Rd. 



KAREN CENTOLA 

85 Graymore Rd. 



CARA CERCONE 

267 Bacon St. 



DONALD 
CAVANAUGH 

65 Chester Ln. 




GAYLE 
CHAMPAGNE 

158 Lowell St. 



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SUSAN A. 

CHARBONNEAU 

9 John St. 



MARK CHIARELLI 
27 Marguerite Ave. 



LAURA CHEASSON 
2 Rosemont Ave. 



GERALD CHIARELLI 
269 River St. 




BR EN DA CHIASSON 
18 Munroe Ave. 










TINA CHUNG 

2504 Stearns Hill Rd. 



DA VI D CI AN CI 

67 Indian Rd. 



DONNA CI AN CI 

11 Lcitha Dr. 






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SHARON L. CIANCI 

51 Leitha Dr. 



MARK A. CINCOTTA 
276 River St. 



CHRISTOPHER 
CLAFFEY 
371 Crescent St. 



JENNIFER A. 

CLARKE 

140 Montclair Ave. 




LETITIA CLEMENTI 
62 Candlewood Dr. 



CHARLENE D. 

CLONEY 

20 Overlook Rd. 



HELEN R. COLLETT 

135 Grove St. 



EILEEN COME A U 
103 Beal Rd. 




LISA A. COMEAU 
13 Benefit St. 



WALTER P. COMEAU 

112 Vernon St. 



JOHN P. CONDON 

19 Partricge Cir. 



TIMOTHY 
CONNAUGHTON 

17 Harrington Rd. 



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DIANE CONNELLY 

200 Bacon St. 



KATHLEEN 

CONNELLY 

177 Newton St. 



DEBRA CONNOLLY 

465 Lexington St. 



STEVEN CONNORS 
19 Worcester Ln. 



DAVID CONRAD 

2828 Lincoln St. 



ALAN CONZO 
43 Curtis St. 



JOHN CONNOR 

24 Bacon St. 




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KAREN CORACCIO 
135 Bright St. 







GERARD CORBETT 

37 Chester Ln. 



DEBORAH CORCORAN 

56 Irving St. 



KA THLEEN 
CORCORAN 

22 Brookwav Ct. 



ALAN CORMIER 

21 Leonard St. 






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BERNARD J. CORMIER 

28 Craig Ln. 



TERENCE P. CORMIER 
16 Birch Rd. 



WILLIAM H COTONE 

26 Wilbur St. 



CAROL COTONI 

45 Indian St. 








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BRUCE J. COURTNEY 

135 Dale St. 



KENNETH C COX 

27 Cunningham Cir. 



SUSAN L. CRAIG 
225 School St. 




JOHN J. CROWLEY 

11 Weir Rd. 



ANGEL CRUZ 
68B Prospect Hill Rd. 



MAI K. CUNG 

6 Lawton PI. 



WILLIAM E. 

CREAMER 

75 Goldencrest Ave. 




CARLA J. 
CUNNINGHAM 

45 Pleasant St. 



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ANNE CURRAN 
64 Silver Hill Ln. 



SANDRA A. CURTIN 
91 Chester Ln. 



MARK CUSANO 
1332 Trapelo Rd. 



KEVIN W. CUTLER 
1353 Main St. 




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MARK A. DADDONA 
316 Forest St. 



GRETCHEN L. DAHL 

346 Bacon St. 



LINDA R. DANKO 
36 Lincoln Ter. 



CHRISTINE 

IDEFRANCISCO 

i31 Banks St. 



DANIEL P. DELEO 
88 Hibiscus Ave. 



DANIEL M. DEMEO 

37 Summit St. 



ROSE MARIE 

D'APOLLO 

22 Warren St. 




MARY JO DEMEO 

45 Bennett St. 






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JOHN DEMOY 

29 Barton St. 



KA THR YN DEMPSEY 
3 Alderwood Rd. 



BARBARA DENARO 

169 Grove St. 



CHRISTINE DENARO 

51 Parkview Rd. 




LISADENEAULT 

146 Seminole Ave. 



ALEXANDRA DENTON PATRICIA DESMOND 
26 Mayall Rd. 21 Banbury Ave. 



PAUL DEVINCENT 
35 Overlook Rd. 




JOHN DEVLIN 
41 Harvard St. 



MICHAEL DEVLIN 

41 Harvard St. 



THOMAS DEVLIN 
219 Lowell St. 



MICHAEL DICHAIRA 

87 Newton St. 



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ANTOINETTE 

DICIACCIO 

55 Park View Rd. 



DANIEL J. DIGIOVINE MARK M. DILORENZO LORIE K DINAPOLI 
18 Woodcliff Dr. . 666 Trapelo Rd. 73 Midland Dr. 




\STACEY L. DINARDI PA UL J. DONAGHEY 

54 Circle Dr. 82 Hammond St. 



MAYRA L. DONES 

31 Exchange St. 



JANICE A. DONOVAN 
26 Turner St. 




ANDREW J. 

DOUCETTE 

47 Princeton Ave. 



PAUL DOWDY 
21 Demerest St. 



KATHLEEN DOYLE 
10 Allen Rd. 



TAMMY J. DRISCOLL 
31 Wampum Ave. 






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MICHAEL DUBIE 

207 College Farm Rd. 



PAMELA J. DUDLEY 
39 Parmenter Rd. 



DONALD M. DUFFY 
126 Ravenswood Rd. 



ROBIN A. DUMAS 

12 Lincoln St. 




STEPHEN W. DUNBAR 

68 Marianne Rd. 



LEONARD L. DUPILLE 

22 Nottingham St. 



JENNIFER M. 

DWINELLS 

120 Myrtle St. 



MARGARET E. EARLY 

21 Flood St. 



TERRI EARLY 

21 Flood St. 



KRISTEN M. EG AN 

8 University Pk. 



MICHELLE A. 
EAGAN 
29 Nathan Rd. 




M. PATRICIA EG AN 
15 Nottingham St. 







SCOTT EGGIMANN 

54 Rosemont Ave. 



BYRON L. ENGLISH 

1 Fountain St. 



KIMBERL Y ENMAN 
193 Brown St. 



ESTELA E. ESCOBAR 
111 Howard St. 







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GARY FAG AN 

226 Lake St. 



LINDA R. FALCONER 
3 Pine Hill Cir. 



GAIL A. FALZONE 

62 Hawthorne Rd. 




JOHN FAVREAU 

328 Newton St. 



TRACEI A. FA VREA U 
328 Newton St. 



WILLIAM W. 

FENNELLY 
44 Worcester Ln. 



CHERYL A. FERRICK 
12 Old Lexington Rd. 




GREGG FLEMING 
65 Temple Rd. 



MARY ALICE 

FLEMING 

126 Candlewood Dr. 



CHRISTINE FOLEY 

27 Crestview Rd. 



JAKE FOOTE 

105 Seminole Ave. 



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MARGARET FORBES KA THLEEN FORSTER 
211 Stearns Hill Rd. 22 Boynton St. 



ANNA FRAG ALE 
112 High St. 



ELAINE FRONDUTO 
40 Dobbins St. 



WILLIAM FURDON 

38 Floyd St. 



YVETTE GALLANT 
6 Muldoons Ct. 



WILLIAM FRAZIER 
58 Kendall Pk. 




KATHLEEN GALVIN 

58 Tolman St. 




MAGELERE GRACIA 
136 Cushing St. 



MAYRA GARCIA 
66 Cedar St. 



DEBRA GARDINER 
30 Maple St. 



CHARLES GARGONE 
70 Seminole Ave. 



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JEANNE E. GA TEL Y PA TRICK GA TTA 

79 Prospect Hill Rd. 254 Lowell St. 



PATRICIA J GAUDET 

6 Brookway Ct. 



KAREN M. GEARTY 
11 Sparkhill St. 



JOHN GIARDINA 

401 Lexington St. 



SHARON E. GILDEA 
24 Lakeview Ter. 



RACHEL 
GA UTREA U 
1 Alder Ter. 




LUIGI GIOVANETTI 

95 Hammond St. 




BARBARA L. GISIGER 
62 Barbara Rd. 



THERESA A. GIUGNO 

85 Lafayette St. 



BRIAN D. GIUSTI 

163'/: Chestnut St. 



MARYK GLYNN 
27 Wimbleton Cir. 



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JOHN GOVONI 

235 Weston St. 



PAULA. GRENIER 
32 Brigham Rd. 



KATHLEEN A. GRADY 

9 Walton St. 



ANTHONY GRECO 

23 Hibiscus Ave. 



DANIEL K GREEN 
12 Pleasant Ave. 




MARK A. GUARINI 

12 Rosewood Dr. 



DENNIS GULLOTTI 

35 Montclair Ave. 



THOMAS HARDIMAN 
103 Clark Ln. 









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CHRISTINE A. 

HARDING 

31 Cleveland Rd. 



WILLIAM P. HARDING CHRISTOPHER 
115 Princeton Ave. HARRINGTON 

208 Mokema Ave. 



MICHAEL 
HARRINGTON 

18 Lakeview Ter. 



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BRIAN E. HART 

131 Woerd Ave 



GARYD. HART 
50 Bigelow Rd. 



RICHARD L. HART 
1460 Main St. 



KIM L. HASKELL 
55 Gregory St. 




DAVID P. HAY 

285 Beal Rd. 



MICHAEL D. HEATLEY SUZANNE M. HENRY 
103'/2 Harvard St. 24 Gregory St. 



NURIA Y. HERRERA 
111 Harvard St. 




JAMES P. HICKS 
37 Eddy St. 



KRISTINE M. HILL 

35 Willow St. 



KAREN A. HINES 

55 Bolton St. 



KIMBERLY A. 

HOBSON 
34 Brigham Rd. 



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SHARON HOLM 

19 Montview Ave. 



CHESTER HOPKINS 

8 Chester Ln. 



LYNNE HOUGH 

85 Lura Ln. 



LISA HOWARD 
3 Tomlin St. 







THOMAS HOWLEY 
747 Beaver St. 



JENNIFER HUFF 
15 Florence Rd. 



EDWARD HUGHES 
15 B Dermody Rd. 



GAIL HUGHES 

128 Hardy Pond Rd. 




MICHAEL HURLEY 

14 Murray St. 



LISA HYDE 

27 Brigham Rd. 



GIN A IACONO 

259 Marivista Ave. 



PHILIP JACKSON 

57 Dartmouth St. 



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SHERI JOHNSON 

38 Calvary St. 



CAROLYN B. 
JOHNSTON 
74 Hawthorne Rd. 



JEAN HK. JOSEPH 
22 Oak St. 



HOLLY KACHAJIAN 
19 Rutledge Ter. 



JULIE RASPER 
275 Warren St. 



KEVIN R. KASS 
70 Hollace St. 



PA ULA S JURIGIAN 

55 Mallard Way 




JOSEPH C. KA VEY 

31 Sparkhill St. 




KATHLEEN A. KA VEY ROBERT J KA VEY 

31 Sparkhill St. 31 Sparkhill St. 



KAREN L. KEANEY 
22 Lowell St. 



DAVID A. KEATING 

45 Jacqueline Rd. #12 



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ANDREW KEIRSTEAD CHRISTINE 
11 Faneuil Rd. KELLEHER 

46 Cleveland Rd. 



SARAH KELLEY 
14 Aberdeen Ave. 



BRIAN KELLY 

17 Lakeview Ave. 




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PATRICK G. KELLY 

80 Tudor St. 



DAVID H. KENT 

5508 Stearns Hill Rd. 



JOHN T. KEOUGH 

14 Farnsworth Ave. 



TAR A A. KEOUGH 

26 Caughey St. 




CAROL J. KIRSCH 

58 Rando Ln. 



JOSEPH J KOHLER 

38 Wellington St. 



KRISTINE KOPSIAFTIS JANET KRAMER 

166 Totten Pond Rd. 58 Mt. Walley Rd. 




LORRAINE M. 

KUSMIREK 

44 High St. 



DEBRAA. LACAVA 

9 Malvern St. 



PETER A. LACROSSE 

47 Potter Rd. 



DEBORAH A. 
LAFAUCE 

113 Myrtle St. 



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CARLA F. LAMB 
232 Mokema Ave. 



MARIA LAMPASONA 
36 Marianne Rd. 



DEBORAH D. LANDRY 
63 Lakeview Ave. 



JANET LAROSA 
10 Foundry Ave. 




CHERYL LAVASH 
117 Hillcrest Rd. 



ROBIN F. LA VASH 

40 Banks St. 



MAMIE A. LAWN 
219 Mokema Ave. 



REGINA LAWTON 

17 Berkshire Rd. 







ANNETTE LEBLANC DANIELLE A. 
50 Worcester Ln. LEBLANC 

72 Cushing St. 



DENISE LEBLANC 
85 Orange St. 



DIANE LEBLANC 
85 Orange St. 



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GERARD LEBLANC 

28 Hall St. 



LISA LEBLANC 

28 Bolton St. 



MARGOT LEBLANC MONIQUE LEBLANC 

77 Cabot St. 59 Alder St. 




SANDRA LEBLANC 

63 Bedford St. 



WILLIAM LEE 
21 Brigham Rd. 



CHARLES LEGER 

12 Fiske Ave. 



JEFFREY LEGER 

71 Lexington St. 




SHIRLEY LEGER 

22 Calvary St. 



MARCEL LELIEVRE 

260 Newton St. 



KIERAN LENNON 
56 Trapelo Rd. 



LA WRENCE LEONE 

267 Robbins St. 



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SHARIN LEPAGE 

7 Brown St. 



DA VID J LIMOLE 

24 Briarwood Rd. 



JOSEPH R. LINNEHAN MICHAEL LITTLE 
24 Harland Rd. 84 Cedar St. 




\KAREN M. LIVOLI 
18 Warwick Ave. 



PAULLOGUE 
71 Circle Dr. 



DANIEL B. LOMBARD1 

85 Graymore Rd. 



JEROME LOMBARDI 

16 Benefit St. 




LA URI J. LOMBARDI 

85 Graymore Rd. 



MARIA J. LOMBARDO 
392 Newton St. 



BRENNA J. LONG 
65 Gilman Rd. 



JOSEPH J LORE 
205 Charles St. 



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TERESA LOWE 
92 Pond St. 



JAMES LOYND 
36 Glen Cir. 



LA URIE L UNDBERG 
53 Prospect Hill Rd. 



RAYMOND 
LUNDERVILLE 

244 School St. 




DARLENE LYONS 
300 Lincoln St. 



MAR Y ELLEN L YONS 
17 Centre St. 



DAVID MACDONALD 
176 Lura Ln. 



BRIAN MACKENZIE 
124 Gregory St. 




JOHN MACLELLAN 

41 Williams St. 



SUZANNE MACNEILL 
194 Riverview Ave. 



DONALD MACPHAIL 
20 Albermarle Rd. 



LINDA 

MAGLIARDITI 
81 Prentice St. 








JOSEPH L. MAGNO 
6 Brigham Rd. 



ROBERT D. MAIN 
9 Jennings Rd. 



DARREN MARCOU 

>6 Caldwell Rd. 



MARY G. MAGNO 
215 Robbins St. 



MA UREEN A. MAHER 
163 Plymouth St. 



FRANCE J. MAILLET 
1172Trapelo Rd. 




JOHN J. MALONE 
28 Floyd St. 



CHERIE MANDILE 
12 Bennett St. 



KATHRYN 
MARCINOWSKI 
2 Maravista Ave. 




PHILLIP J. MARTINOS 

98 Goldencrest Ave. 



STEVEN F. MAXNER 
16 Huntington St. 



LINDA D. MAZZOLA 

120 Totten Pond Rd. 












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JOAN C MCCARTHY 

60 Lakeview Ave. 



GAIL E. MCDONALD 

39 Melody Ln. 



JOHN H MCDONALD 

2 Lawton PI. 



EILEEN MCGANN 
53 Vernon St. 




TERESE C MCGRATH 
9 Russell St. 



JACALYN MCISAAC 
351 Waverly Oaks Rd. 



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SUSAN M. MCKENZIE DANIEL MCMAHON 
21 Florence Rd. 142 Virginia Rd. 



SHEILA G. 
MCNAMARA 
116 Upton Rd. 



PAULA J. MCNIECE 
46 Hardy Pond Rd. 




MARJORIE MEADE 
55 Richgrain Ave. 



CHARLENE MEEGAN 
19 Joy St. 



DEBORAH A. 
MELANSON 

169 Princeton Ave. 



JUNE E. MELANSON 
577 Beaver St. 










ROBERT J MELANSON ROSANNA MELE 
257 Robbins St. 242B Linden St. 



ELLEN J. MESROBIAN 
15 Beaverbrook Rd. 



JULIE A. MIANI 
113 Hillcrest Rd. 






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BRIAN MILLERICK 
171 Trapelo Rd. 



KEVIN MILLIGAN 
16 Charles St. Ave. 



SALVATORE 
MIRASOLA 

48 Howard St. 



JOSEPH MOLA 

33 Berkley St. 



KATHLEEN 

MONAHAN 
60 Harland Rd. 



KATHLEEN 
MONAHAN 

81 Hibiscus Ave. 



MICHAEL MORAN 

50 Mt. Walley Rd. 



ERIC MOREY 
8 Grant St. Apt. 10 



PAULMORIN 

97 Goldencrest Ave. 



JOHN MITCHELL 
51 Bacon St. 




SALVATORE 

MONGIARDO 

53 Clematis Ave. 




DEAN MORREALE 
12 Wildwood Ln. 



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DONNA MORREALE 


KENNETH P. 


RICHARD J. 


JOHN MULA 


15 Endicott St. 


MORREALE 


MOSCHNER 


74 Winter St. 




108 Milton St. 


118 Seminole Ave. 






JAMES MULLANE 
78 Kingston Rd. 



BERNARD M. MURPHY JAMES MURPHY 
175 Brown St. 40 Hobbs Rd. 



PA UL F. MURPHY 

774 Lyman St. 










CATHERINE E. NALLY DEBRA A. NIGRO 
53 Rich St. 420 Forest St. 



JOHN F. NISBET 
209 Bacon St. 



JEROME E. NOCERA 
45 Azalea Rd. 



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ADVIE NOEL 
2 Russel St. 



KEVIN M. NORRIS 
70 Canterbury Rd. 



MICHAEL NO YES 

82 Prentice St. 



LA URIE NUTILE 

62 Taylor St. 




DEBORAH OBER 

131 Hardy Pond Rd. 



ERIC G. OBERG 

72 Riverview Ave. 



BARBARA J. O'BRIEN 

14 Lyman Ter 



EUGENE O'BRIEN 
95 Ravenswood Rd. 




CHARLENE O'BYRNE 
20 Orchard Ave. 



KENNETH O'CONNOR 
55 Smith St. 



MARK D. O'NEIL 

228 School St. 



SEAN F. O'NEIL 
55 Thornton Rd. 



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LAI ONG 

4 Floyd St. 



PHUONG ONG 

2852 Crescent St. 



MARIA ORLANDO 

30 Clark Ln. 



ROSANNE OTOOLE 

118 Thornton Rd. 







MICHAEL PALMER 
214 Beal Rd. 



TODD PALMER 

50 Hatherly Rd. 



DAVID PANNESI 

180 Princeton Ave. 



SHERYL PANTANO 
21 Lake Rd. 










BARBARA PAPIA 

66 Woodcliff Dr. 



WALTER PASCHAL 
83 Hall St. 



JEAN PELLERIN 

38 Auburn St. 



MARINA PENEDO 
71 Lakeview Ave. 



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WENDY M. PETERSEN 
31 Hartwell St 



WILLIAM R 

PETERSON 

142 Ash St. 



DAVID PIANTEDOSI 

75 Fairmont Ave 



DIANE T PINTABONE 

474 Lexington St. 




RICHELE M. PIRONE 

45 Parkview Rd. 



DIN A M. PISCATELLI 

135 Lura Ln. 



ALAN POIRIER 
27 Weir Rd. 



CECELIA E 
POPPLETON 

17 Pearl St. 




JOHN M. POWER 
11 Stanley Rd. 



DEBRA PRESTON 

75 Gardner St. 



TERESA L. PREVITE 
66 Graymore Rd. 



PAULA S. PRIFTI 
165 Marguerite Ave. 



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DAVID C. PRINCIOTTA 
207 Temple Rd. 



MARK S. PROIA 
12 Overlook Rd. 



ROBERT A. QU ALTERS CAROL YN L. QUINLAN 
17 Hardy St. 115 Marlborough Rd. 




PAUL RANERI 
130 Seminole Ave. 



PAMELA A. RANUCCI 
40 Clinton St. 



RICHARD RANUCCI 

40 Clinton St. 



JOHN C REGAN 
2 Chesterbrook Rd. 




TIMOTHY M. REGAN 

15 Juniper Hill Rd. 



JOSE REYES 
137R Charles St. 



JACQUELINE 

RHEAUME 
30 Piedmont Ave. 



KEVIN RHEAUME 
54 Gregory St. 









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JEFFREY RHODES 
11 Harvard PL 



TRACY RICCI 

51 Brightwood Rd. 



PAULA RICCIO 

32 Bennett St. 



DENISE RICHARD 
225 Grove St. 




NANCY RICHARD 
19 Underwood Pk. 



CHERYL RICKMAN 
14 Colburn St. 



TOMMY RICO 
57 Madison Rd. 



MARIA RIZZO 
18 Rosewood Dr. 




GERARD ROBICHA UD LEROY ROBINSON 

21 Meade Rd. 15 Chester Ave. 



JAMES ROEBUCK 
106 Central St. 



JEFFREY ROGERS 
180 Worcester Ln. 



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JOHN SA ULNIER 
133 Pine Hill Cir. 



MURIEL SA UTIER 
154 Adam St. 



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BRENDA SAVOIE 

51 Walnut St. 



TIMOTHY SCALISI 
134 Russell St. 



SILVAN A SCIFO 
37 Berkshire Rd. 



JUDITH SEGREVE 
99 Bedford St. 




JOSEPH SERGI 
207 High St. 



MARY SHEA 

187 Hammond St. 



CAROLINE SERVAL 
250 College Farm Rd. 



PATRICIA 
SHAUGHNESSY 

56 Bedford St. 



TRACY SIDLOWSKI 
97 Golden Crest Ave. 



ARTHUR SMITH 
117 Virginia Rd. 



KA THLEEN SHEA 
187 Hammond St. 




PETER SMITH 
91 Summit St. 



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LISA M. STALMON 
20 Fern St. 



CHARLES ROBERT 

STEELE 

5 John St. 



SETA R. STEPANIAN 
45 Bancroft St. 



KEVIN S. STEVENS 
6 University Pk. 






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SANDRA STEWART 

10 Craven Cir. 



WAYNE STROUT 

295 Hardy Pond Rd. 



MARK SULLIVAN 
62 Hillcroft Rd. 



TRACY SULLIVAN 
63 Upland Rd. 




NANCY SURETTE 
44 Barton St. 



ANTHONY SUSI 

7 Wayne Ave. 



JACQUELINE 

SWANSON 

39 Fiske St. 



MARK TARANTO 
36 Copley Ave. 




DANIEL TARDIF 
20 Circle Dr. 



JAIME TAYLOR 
23 Birch Rd. 



JOHN TEHAN 
16 Shore Rd. 



CYNTHIA TELLER 

23 Myrtle St. 



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NANCY E. 
TEWKSBURY 

144 Greenwood Ln. 



DOREEN TIRONE 
12 Grove Rd. 



CAM V. THAI 
285 Crescent St. 



JUDY THERIAULT 
240 River St. 



WILLIAM THOMPSON 
38 Amory Rd. 




JAMES J. TOBIN 
86 Silver Hill Ln. 



JON R. TOBIN 

86 Silver Hill Ln. 



SHARON L. TOMLIN 

180 Lake St. 







MARIA A. TORRES 

99 Felton St. 



PAUL J. TRACEY 
11 Copley Ave. 



LUCIA R. TREGGIARI 
80 Mokema Ave. 



LESLI C TURLICK 
91 Dobbins St. 



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MARIALINA URBINA 

304 Stearns Hill Rd. 



JOYCE UTLEY 
42 Caughey St. 



MARK VALLERAND 
16'/2 Brown Ave. 



DEBORAH VASS 
17 Dale Cir. 




DIANE E. VASS 
17 Dale Cir. 



JOSEPH M. VELARDO 
23 Hawthorne Rd. 



KATHLEEN M. VENINI KARYN M. VENO 
293 Florence Rd. 26 Charlotte Rd. 




FRANK VITALE 
17 Harvard PI. 



RICHARD VITALE 

11 Lowell St. 



RONALD WALKER 
570 Trapelo Rd. 



FRANCIS WALSH 
30 Bradford St. 



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the dirty dogs 
spark an 8-1 season 



With a "semi-new" coaching staff 
and only three starters returning, an 
8-1 record was the outcome of the 
1982 Waltham High Football Sea- 
son. This was accomplished by a 
group of athletes who posessed tal- 
ent but no stars and worked togeth- 
er as a team. 

After an opening game victory over 
Brookline, the Hawks were faced 
with five formidable opponents. One 
by one each team was defeated with 
key wins over an undefeated Quincy 
team and a hard-hitting Arlington 
team. The Arlington game produced 
one of the most dramatic goalline 
stands by Waltham's "Dirty Dogs." 
Wins over Somerville and arch-rival 
Newton led to a Thanksgiving Day 
showdown with Brockton. For eight 



by linda magliarditi 

consecutive weeks, Waltham had 
remained one of the few undefeated 
teams in the state. 

Junior Steve Giusti led the offense 
with 511 yards rushing. Seniors Dar- 
ren Marcou and Mike Little contri- 
buted with 354 yards and 383 yards, 
respectively. M.V.P. Rich Bartle- 
man and co-captains Bob Qualters 
and John Saulnier were able to rally 
defense to a truly awesome year. 

Although this team did not make it 
to the Superbowl, all of the players 
gave 110% and showed true charac- 
ter in game play. The 1982 Waltham 
High Football Team demonstrated 
heart and teamwork which made 
them successful and made Waltham 
proud of them. 




■■I 





BROOKLINE 


W 


34 ■ 


6 


MALDEN 


W 


19 - 


7 


QUINCY 


w 


20 - 


13 


ARLINGTON 


w 


7 ■ 





NORTH 








QUINCY 


w 


14 • 


6 


SOMERVILLE 


w 


20- 





CAMBRIDGE 


w 


26 - 


14 


NEWTON 








NORTH 


w 


27 • 


6 


BROCKTON 


L 


27 • 


7 


8 Wins 


1 Loss 





First Row: Kevin Bone, Chris 
Bowler, Joe Kohler, Mike Steede, 
Jerry Nocera, Co-Captain John 
Saulnier, Co-Captain Bob 
Quakers, Rich Bartleman, Scot 
Butcher, Jerry Corbett. Paul Lo- 
gue Second Row: Assistant 
Coach Tom Taranto. Mike Di- 
chaira. Tim Regan, Paul Chicco, 
Mike Fitzgerald, Mark Taranto, 
Brian Guisti. Jim Roebuck. Tom 
Devlin, Bnan Millenck, Seymour 
Bovell, Joe Benjamin. John Dev- 
lin. Darren Marcou. Head Coach 
Paul "Buster" McGovern Third 
Row: Manager Gina Caruso. Jay 
Chiarelli. Dennis Gullotti. John 
Favreau. Kenny Hill. Tom Hardi- 
man. Mike Little. Mark Chiarelli. 
Ken Morreale. Mark Cusano. 
John Malone. Alan Poiner. Dan 
Lombardi, Assistant Coach Dan- 
ny Keohane 






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the girls rooted 
team to victory 



The Football and Soccer Teams' 
cheerleaders had a very rewarding 
season. From the sidelines, the girls 
rooted their teams on to victory, or 
in some cases, helped comfort their 
defeat. 

Even without a coach the Soccer 
Cheerleaders were able to maintain 
their own team spirit. Their captain, 
Joanna Aniello, provided excellent 
leadership in their absence of a 
coach. The cheerleaders baked 
cookies and made signs for the 
games. 



by cheryl lavash 

The Football Cheerleaders prac- 
ticed diligently every day after 
school. They helped to increase 
school spirit at the rallies as well as 
at the games. They also made scrap- 
books of the season which they pre- 
sented to the members of the Foot- 
ball Team at the banquet. 

The cheerleaders provided great 
support to the Football and Soccer 
Teams. 





Photo right 

Kneeling: Sharon Salvucci, Pau- 
la Bartleman, Sylvia Giglia, 
Lauren Howley Standing: Joan- 
na Aniello, Charlene O'Byrne, 
Anne Bourgeios, Renee Elfar, 
Rina Bonadio 

Photo far right 

Kneeling: Lisa Howard, Danielle 
Leblanc, Paula Prifti, Karen Cor- 
accio, Rosanne O'Toole, Nancy 
Aviles Standing: Denise Gullotti, 
Leigh-anne SantaMaria, Colleen 
Kelley, Rita Craig 



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girls improve 
record to 4 and 5 



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This year, the Girl's Swim Team, 
backed by nine returning seniors, 
finished with a 4-5 record. 

Led by Captains Kim Haskell and 
Jenny Huff, the girls finished with 
their best record in two years. Sen- 
ior Maureen Barth broke records in 
the 200 yard individual medley and 



by kathy veniai 

in the 100 yard breastroke. She, 
along with seniors Christine Denaro, 
Jenny Huff and Kim Haskell went to 
the sectionals, where Jenny placed 
fourteenth in diving. 

This season, much individual im- 
provement was made by the mem- 
bers of the Girl's Swim Team. 






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RECORD 




BROOKLINE L 


104-68 


CAMBRIDGE W 


97-69 


QUINCY W 


97-76 


WEYMOUTH 




NO. W 


91-80 


WEYMOUTH 




SO. L 


92-79 


NO. QUINCY W 


95-77 


BROCKTON L 


115-57 


NEWTON NO. L 


104-68 


MELROSE L 


98-73 


4 Wins 5 Losses 



Kneeling: Maureen Barth. Chris- 
tine Denaro. Co-Captain Jenny 
Huff. Co-Captain Kim Haskell, 
Gail McDonald Second row: 
Coach McDonald. Ellen Mesro- 
bian. Richelle Pirone. Eileen 
McGann. Peggy Lowe. Kerry 
Kelly. Susan Craig. Karen 
Gearty. Lisa Chiango. Pam Dud- 
ley Third row: Debbie Rodd. 
Kerry Sullivan. Courtmey Yar- 
ossi. Chris Murphy. Jill Scalise. 
Christine Duffy Fourth Row: 
Tara Kelleher. Kate Regan. He- 
len Foster. Lisa Canini. Carolyn 
Duffy. Jonna Millenck. Debbie 
Fucci 



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the girls showed 
o>/ constant 

improvement 

by lisa stalmon 

The Waltham Girls Volleyball Team was a great spiker for Waltham and 

had a good season this year. The had some outstanding perfor- 

girls and Coach Tierney were hop- mances. Her determination was a 

ing to make the State Tourney, but great factor toward the team's suc- 

ended with an 8-10 win-loss record, cess. 



The team's co-captains were Paula 
Riccio and Jean Cadigan. Paula set 
up the offense as a setter and built 
up on her spikes at the end of the 
season. She received the M.V.P. 
award and was chosen for the Sub- 
urban League All Star Team. Jean 



Overall, the team improved tremen- 
dously during the season. Their de- 
termination and enthusiasm was 
great. This year was a lift for Wal- 
tham Volleyball and Coach Tierney 
looks forward to next year with five 
returning varsity players. 







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RECORD 




LINCOLN/ 


W 


2-0 


SUDBURY 






QUINCY 


L 


1-2 


BROCKTON 


L 


1-2 


BOSTON LATIN 


L 


0-2 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


2-0 


BROOKLINE 


W 


2-0 


NEWTON SO. 


W 


2-1 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


0-2 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


0-2 


LINCOLN/ 


W 


2-1 


SUDBURY 






QUINCY 


L 


0-2 


BROCKTON 


L 


0-2 


BOSTON LATIN 


L 


0-2 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


2-0 


BROOKLINE 


L 


1-2 


NEWTON SO. 


W 


2-0 


NEWTON NO. 


W 


2-0 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


1-2 


8 Wins 10 Losses 




Kneellnf. Sue Charbon 


neau. 


Lisa Caruso. Paula 


Riccio 


Jean 


Cadigan. Carol Arsenault. Stand- 


ing Coach Tierney. Judy Young. 


Annellen McNamara. Kathy Ma- 


cAleer. Andrea Gallagher. 


Karen 


Chiarelli. Jean LeBlanc, 


Lisa 


Rhigini. 










V 



.o 



*y 



S> 



^ 



o 



& 



Considering the obstacles the boys 
and girls cross country teams had to 
overcome, both teams ended with a 
successful season. 

The girls team was placed in a pre- 
dicament with only one returning 
varsity member from last year's 
championship team. This season was 
labeled as a rebuilding season but 
the girls pulled together and ended 
with a 4-2 season, placing third in 
the Suburban League. The team was 
led by co-captains Tara Keough and 
Gidget Brown. Brown placed second 
in the Suburban League meet, and 
fifth in the Division I meet which 
qualified her for the All-State Cham- 



boys and girls 
have successful 



seasons 

by carol kirsch 

pionship race. 

The boys team was faced with the 
problem of adjusting to a new coach. 
It was tough to adjust but towards 
the end of the season, things began 
to work out. Kevin "Stew" Milligan, 
the captain of the cross country 
team, received the Steven T. Mur- 
phy award and the M.V.P. award 
and placed ninth in the Surburban 
League meet. 

This season the girls and boys cross 
country teams learned many valu- 
able skills pertaining to the sport of 
cross country. Both teams are look- 
ing forward to a successful season 
next year. 







Im^wB! 


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Sam ib" 






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GIELS RECORD 



CAMBRIDGE 


L 


24-35 


NO. QUINCY 
QUINCY 
NEWTON NO. 


L 
W 
W 


20-39 
15-50 
27-30 


BROCKTON 


W 


18-41 


BROOKLINE 


W 


15-50 


4 Wins 2 Losses 




BOYS RECORD 




CAMBRIDGE 


L 


19-42 


NO. QUINCY 
BROCKTON 


W 
L 


22-35 
19-41 


QUINCY 
NEWTON NO. 


W 
L 


18-37 
24-31 


BROOKLINE 


L 


18-42 


2 Wins 4 Losses 











Photo above left 

Sitting: Mary MacDonald. Co- 
Captain Gidget Brown. Suzanne 
Pittorino. Karen Feeley Kneel- 
ing: Tammy Robichaud. Stella 
Pancaldo. Loretta Zapata. Linda 
Randall. Co-Captain Tara 
Keough, Lynn Zakar Standing: 
Brenda Stevens. Meg O'Brien. 
Deana Caira. Martha Smith. Ann 
Simeone. Gretchen Dahl. Coach 
Tranchita 

Photo left 

Kneeling: Brian MacKenzie. Jim 
Loynd. Steven Brown Standing: 
Captain Kevin Milligan. Pat 
Coughlin. Scott Seifel. Gerry Ro- 
bichaud. Coach Lyons 



95 







girls provide 

support for the 

teams 



The cheerleaders for the Hockey 
team and the Basketball team were 
very dedicated and enthusiastic. 
The girls baked cookies for the 
teams and participated in all the 
away games. 

Cecelila Poppleton demonstrated 
that she was both dependable and 
responsible in her position of captain 
of the Hockey Cheerleaders. The 
Hockey Cheerleaders held practice 
after school three times a week. 



by cheryl lavasb 

The captain of the Basketball Cheer- 
leaders was Sharyn Cianci. During 
Christmas vacation the Basketball 
cheerleaders practiced every morn- 
ing to perfect their pom-pom roun- 
tines which they performed at half- 
time. 

The hard work done by the Hockey 
Cheerleaders and the Basketball 
Cheerleaders helped provide sup- 
port to both teams. 






The Hockey Team coached by Peter 
Yetten had a winning season this 
year. It was led by captain John 
Giardina and assistant captain Ber- 
nie Murphy. The team was backed 
up by two senior goalies by Jay Al- 
len and Mark Taranto. The other 
senior players who added to the suc- 
cess of the team were: Danny Tar- 
diff, John Powers, Paul Dowdy, Jeff 



the hawks have 
a winning record 

by linda magliarditi 

Ledger, Lee Robinson, Eddie Fin- 
ney, Dennis Gullotti, John Keough 
and Bill Manion. Throughout the 
year there were many good plays by 
the team members that made the 
games exciting to watch. 
Also, three of our team members 
made it to the All Stars. They were 
John Giardina, Bernie Murphy, and 
Tom Paschal. 








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RECORD 

SANDWICH W 7-0 

CONCORD- W 5-1 
CARLISLE 

CONCORD- W 9-3 
CARLISLE 

READING T 3-3 

BILLERICA L 8-1 

BROOKLINE W 3-2 

NEWTON L 4-3 

NO. BROCKTON L 5-3 

NO. QUINCY T 4-4 

CAMBRIDGE W 10-0 

QUINCY W 6-3 

BROOKLINE L 5-3 

NEWTON L 5-0 

NO. BROCKTON T 1-1 

NO. QUINCY L 6-5 

CAMBRIDGE W 8-1 

QUINCY W 7-6 

8 Wins 6 Losses 3 Ties 

First row: Jay Allen. Dennis Gul- 
lotti. Bernie Murphy. John Giar- 
dina. John Keough. Mark Tar- 
ranto Second Row: Pat Conzo. 
Danny Tardif. Paul Dowdy. Jeff 
Leger. Ed Finney. John Power. 
Lee Robinson. Reggie Hebert 
Third row: Jeff Lazaro. Tommy 
Paschal. Jeff Keough. Glen Van- 
derlindin. Paul Regan. Bob St. 
Cyr 




<&/ four members 
elected all suburban 



The girls Soccer Team had a season 
mixed with high points and low 
points. 

The team got off to a good start. Mr. 
Comeau, a first year coach, was very 
enthusiastic and caused many of the 
team members to be excited about 
the season. The first half of the sea- 
son ended with a 4-1-3 record which 
is the best mid-season record Walth- 
am's team has ever had. 



by karen gearty 

However, the injuries of four key 
players caused the downfall of the 
rest of the season. The girls contin- 
ued to play their hardest but had dif- 
ficulties because of the injuries. 

They ended their season with a re- 
spectable 5-6-5 record. Four mem- 
bers of the team were elected to the 
Suburban League All Star Team. 
They were: Co-captain Barbara 
O'Brien, Co-captain Jeannie Gately, 
Maria Orlando and Noreen Callahan. 







RECORD 






LEXINGTON 


T 


1 ■ 


1 


WEYMOUTH 


T 


2 • 


2 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


6 ■ 


1 


BROOKLINE 


W 


1 • 





BROCKTON 


L 


3 


■ 1 


NEWTON NO. 


T 


1 


- 1 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


2 


- 


WEYMOUTH 


T 




-2 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


7 ■ 


■ 


CAMBRIDGE 


T 


1 • 


• 1 


BROOKLINE 


L 


1 


■0 


BROCKTON 


L 


2 


■ 1 


LEXINGTON 


L 


3 


• 1 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


5 ■ 


2 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


4 ■ 





NO. QUINCY 


L 


1 


■ 



5 Wins 6 Losses 5 Ties 

Standing: Assistant Coach Cun- 
ningham. Marsha Walsh. Martha 
Collins. Brenda Mandile. Co-Cap- 
tain Barbara O'Brien. Noreen 
Callahan. Linda Horngan. Athe- 
na Russo. Coach Comeau Kneel- 
ing: Pam Berry. Janet O'Neil. 
Kim Giardinia. Chris Hassel. Co- 
Captain Jeanne Gately. Maria Or- 
lando. Sandv DoVincent 






• 




the best ever 
at waltham high 



In many respects, the 1982-83 wres- 
tling team was the best ever at Wal- 
tham High. Their 13-2 record along 
with a Division I Central Mass 
Championship rated them among 
the best. 

Individually, Waltham had a record 
five champions at the Central Mass. 
Tournament. They were, Junior Bri- 
an Schoener, and Seniors Ken 
O'Connor, Ken Morreale, Ciro Zot- 
tola and Joe Benjamin. Ciro Zottola 
continued on to place 4th in the 
states while Ken O'Connor became a 



by cheryl lavash 

state and New England finalist. 

The greatest team effort of the year 
came on a February weekend with 
upset victories over previously un- 
defeated Brockton and Wayland. 

Hard work, dedication and a very 
positive attitude paints an accurate 
picture of this years championship 
wrestling team. Furthermore, these 
attributes could not have been more 
accurately defined than in the indi- 
vidual performance of senior Ken 
O'Connor. 






Record 



MILFORD 


W 


45-22 


BURLINGTON 


L 


41-17 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


71- 


BROCKTON 






CAMBRIDGE 


W 


61- 


FRAMINGHAM 


W 


29-28 


NORTH 


W 


54- 9 


KEEFE TECH 






QUINCY 


W 


60- 6 


LOWELL 


L 


38- 8 


MEDFORD 


W 


32-38 


NEWTON SO. 


W 


Forfeit 


NEWTON NO. 


W 


50- 9 


BROOKLINE 


W 


41-17 


WAYLAND 


W 


63- 


LINCOLN 


W 


31-24 


SUDBURY 


W 


60- 9 


13 Wins 2 Losses 



Sitting: Ken Morreale. Joe Benja- 
min. Waller Comeau Standing: 
Ken O'Connor. Ciro Zottola. Joe 
Linnehan. Joe Mola, Mark Valler- 
and 



103 






I 




hawks finish 
suburban co-champs 



This season was supposed to be re- 
membered as the Soccer Team's sea- 
son to rebuild. No one expected 
them to have a better than .500 per- 
centage win-loss record. 

Hard work, perserverance, and the 
development of a team concept pre- 
vented a rebuilding year. Coach 
Graceffa and the boys realized that 
anything was possible as long as 



by anne Arnold 

they worked hard. They learned 
from their early scrimmages; by the 
end of the regular season they were 
Suburban League Co-Champions 
and gained a berth in the Eastern 
Mass. Tournament. 

Congratulations are in order for the 
Soccer Team for an outstanding sea- 
son. They have achieved great ac- 
complishments and Waltham High 
is proud of them. 





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L 




RECORD 




MEDFORD 


T 


2-2 


B.C. HIGH 


T 


1-1 


QUINCY 


W 


7-0 


BROOKLINE 


W 


2-1 


BROCKTON 


L 


3-1 


NEWTON 


W 


2-1 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


2-0 


MEDFORD 


T 


0-0 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


1-0 


B.C. HIGH 


W 


4-0 


QUINCY 


W 


6-0 


BROOKLINE 


T 


0-0 


BROCKTON 


W 


3-0 


NEWTON 


W 


1-0 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


1-0 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


3-0 


11 Wins 3 Losses 4 T 


ies 


Kneeling: Joe Magno. Michael 


Hurley. John Giardina. Tr 


i-Cap- 


tain Joe Romanowski. Tr 


i-Cap- 


tain Dan Deleo. Tn-Captain 


Gino 


Distefano. Ciro 


Zottola. Rafael 


Cedeno. Luis Jonieux Standing: 


John Beninati. Tim Brown, 


Brian 


Courtney. Andrew Bernarc 


1. Jim 


Kramer. Allan 


Lappas, 


Doug 


Hoffer. Andy Kramer. Tom Gnn- 


nell, Brian Straw 


Joe Cacciatore. 


Coach Graceffa. 


Manager 


Tony 


Lupo 








the girls light 
the fuse for the 

future 



The 1982-83 girl's basketball team 
has lit the fuse for the future. Not 
only did they improve greatly over 
the previous year, they have let the 
rest of the Suburban League know 
that they intend to be among the 
leaders next year. Led by co-cap- 
tains Jeanne Gately and Barbara 
O'Brien, the Hawks won three of 
their first four games before suffer- 
ing some key injuries. 

But they played tough and chal- 
lenged every opponent that walked 
into the gym. Guard Debbie La- 



Ay lisa stalmon 

Fauce was among the team's assist 
leaders and paired up with Maria Or- 
lando to give the Hawks depth in the 
backcourt. Senior Mary Magno 
played the swing role of frontcourt 
and backcourt and Lisa Caruso led 
the team in free throw percentage 
(63%). The final record of five wins 
and eleven losses was the best in 
four years. Top scorer Sue Gian- 
grande and promising sophomore 
Meg O'Brien lead a solid group of 
veterans returning along with an 
outstanding junior varsity team (14- 
2). The fuse has been lit! 






Kneeling: Co-Capt. Jean Gately. 
Co-Capt. Barbara O'Brien Stand- 
ing: Debbie LaFauce. Karen 
Chiarelli. Martha Smith. Lisa Ca- 
ruso. Meg O'Brien. Chris Hassell. 
Judy Nix, Sue Giangrande. Nan- 
cy Aviles. Maria Orlando. Coach 
Connors 




hawks go 9 and 9 
in a rebuilding year 



Although the 1982-83 Waltham 
High Basketball Team only finished 
with a .500 season, they exhibited 
strength and perserverance as a for- 
midable Suburban League oppo- 
nent. 



Led by co-captains Darren Marcou 
and John Nisbet, each member of 
the team contributed a valuable 
source of efforts. Darren, the sole re- 
turnee from last season, led the team 
in scoring (232 points), steals, and as- 
sists. Jerry Nocera, a strong defen- 
sive player, led the team in re- 



by carol kirsch 

bounds. In a game against Quincy, 
Jerry's talent and stamina enabled 
him to reach a personal and team 
high of twenty-six points. Other con- 
tributing players, also averaging in 
double figures, included juniors 
Dave MacDonald and Doug Hoffer. 
Working together, as a team, the 
boys played competitively against 
their opponents all season. The 
Hawks captured outstanding victo- 
ries over traditional rivals, Brockton 
and Newton North. Waltham fin- 
ished the year on a high-note by de- 
feating North Quincy at home, in 
overtime 71-62. 










to- 




RECORD 




SOMER- 






VILLE 


L 


48-47 


NEDFORD 


W 


57-47 


SOMER- 






VILLE 


L 


56-54 


MEDFORD 


W 


68-50 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


74-65 


BROCKTON 


L 


44-63 


QUINCY 


W 


87-44 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


59-56 


BROOKLINE 


L 


65-60 


NEWTON 


L 


49-32 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


79-62 


BROCKTON 


W 


63-59 


QUINCY 


W 


59-43 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


59-54 


BROOKLINE 


L 


73-61 


NEWTON 


W 


53-49 


NEWTON 


L 


46-45 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


71-62 


9 Wins I 


9 Losses 


Kneeling: Co-Captain John N - 


bit. Coach Sonn. 


Co-Captain Dar- 


ren Marcou Standing: 


Manager 


Gina Caruso. 1 


Dennis 


Marcou. 


Andy Kramer. 


Doug 


Hoffer. 


Dave Shea. Dave MacDonald. 


Jerry Noeera. 


Joe Cacciatore. 


Stove Donnelly. 


Tom Hardiman, 


Asst Coach Joe Cacciatore 



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109 




skiers finish 
first in the league 



Waltham High Ski Team shined this 
season, placing first in the Suburban 
League Division, racing against sev- 
en other teams. Senior Ski Team 
members Bob Weston, Karen Livoli, 
and Maria Rizzo excelled in their di- 
vision. Also, three of our seniors, Bill 
Fennelly, Lisa Howard, and Tim Re- 
gan placed in the top ten of their 
league. Other seniors participating 
were Kerry Kelly and Rosanna 
Mele. 



by kathy venini 

Seniors qualifying for the Mass. 
State Championships at Mt. Brodie 
were Bill, Lisa, Tim, and Maria. Oth- 
er members who qualified for this 
event and will give next year's team 
a boost were sophmores Roni Sue 
Pomerleau, Kelly Vaughn, Lee Wil- 
cox, and Mark Antonucci. 
This year's seniors will miss Coach 
Kathy Shinnick, who led them to an 
outstanding season, and wish luck to 
the team of '84. 





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Standing: Kerry Kelly. Karen Li- 
voh. Tim Regan. Rosanna Mele. 
Maria Rizzo. Jerry Nocera 




swimmers have 



record making season 



The Boys Swim Team experienced a 
record making season. 

With the strong leadership of Cap- 
tain John Romanowski. The team 
finished third in the Suburban 
League. Seven members of the team 
were named to the Suburban 
League All-Star Team which is the 
most ever named in the history of 



by carla lamb 

the team. There was also the most 
participation the team has ever ex- 
perienced; 23 swimmers were on the 
team. Among individual achievers 
there were Scott Pomerleau and 
Steve Bolio, who placed first and 
eighth in New England for diving, 
respectively. Waltham High can 
certainly be proud of the Boys Swim 
Team. This year's team was the 
strongest team in 12 years. 





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81-71 
83-70 
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90-82 
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86-85 



Front row: Bryon Cail, Gary 
Hart. John Romanowski. Kevin 
Aiarie, John Regan, Ron Bour- 
geois. Second row Paul Bou- 
dreau, Rob Khederian, S 
merleau, John Pennese, Sieve 
Bolio. Eddie Pitts. Houg Hill. Mr 
MacDonald Third row Chris 
Crimes. 1 .eo Hill. Hob Heart, lack 
Murphy. Mike Crowley, Karl 
O'Hara, Eddie Anthos 







girls experience 
another rebuilding season 



Although the team's 2-6 record does 
not reflect it, the Girls Indoor Track 
Team experienced a rebuilding season. 
Led by their captain Colleen Brown, 
many of the younger members of the 
team gained personal improvement. 
The awards were as follows: Most 
Valuable Player was Susan Con- 
naughton, Unsung Hero was Lynne 
Zakur, Most Improved was Loretta Sa- 



by lisa stalmon 

bato and Outstanding Performance 
was Susan Connaughton and Karen 
Feeley. 

The Girls Indoor Track Team was suc- 
cessful in making this a rebuilding sea- 
son. Many people improved and there 
is a strong outlook for next season. 






RECORD 

CAMBRIDGE L 57-29 

NO. QUINCY L 63-21 

NEWTON NO. L 62-21 

WEYMOUTH NO. L 52-33 

QUINCY W 46-23 

BROOKLINE W 51-34 

BROCKTON L 52-28 

2 Wins 5 Losses 



Front: Linda Randall. Diana Ha- 
jian. Tara Keough. Colleen 
Brown. Anne Simeone. Brenda 
Stevens. Donna Giardina. Middle: 
Susan Connaughton. Kelly Calla- 
han. Lynn Zakur. Loretta Sabato. 
Deana Ciaro. Back: Coach Joe 
Tranchita. Karen Fcolcy. All 
Lingos, Tammy Robichard. I 
Chiango. Coach Bob Clifford. 
Front: Stove Brown. Da 
Pianthedosi. Joe Romanowski. 
Brian MacKenzie. Co-Capt. Ke- 
vin Millegan. Co-Capt. Joe W 
tor. Gerr) Hobichaud. Jake 
Foote. Middle: Jeff Romard. Pat 
Languzzi. Paul Logue. Rob 
Trumbour. Marty Wright. Den- 
nis Gullotti, Peter Palsone, Hank 
O'Brien. Kwang Han. Back: Tim 
Casey. Steve JellO, Bill MacKen- 
zie. Chns Hardiman, Alex Villa- 
corta. Pat Coughlin. Tony 
O'Brien. Rob O'Byrne. Dan IV 
VitO, Head Coach Greg Kasahian. 
Assistant Coach Bd Lyons. 




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hawks suffer first 
losing season in 16 

years 



After 15 consecutive winning seasons the 
Hawks fell upon hard times this spring. 
In suffering a losing season for only the 
second time in over 25 years the hawks 
did not live up to pre-season expecta- 
tions. Failure to make the key play defen- 
sively or to combine good hitting and 
pitching cost the Hawks several games. 
The potential was displayed in beating 



by seta stepanian 

Cambridge Rindge and Latin, a tourna- 
ment team, twice 8-5 and 7-5. 

Leading hitter, Darren Marcou, along 
with Wayne Johnson (a 1.75 ERA in 
league play), and Steve Giusti were cho- 
sen on the First Team All-Suburban. 
With a fine nucleus returning the hawks 
hope to return to their winning ways 
next season. 




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RECORD 




SOMERVILLE 


L 


:>-i 


LOWELL 


W 


16-3 


ACTON- 






BOXBORO 


L 


2-0 


ACTON- 






BOXBORO 


W 


6-5 


BROOKLINE 


L 


2-1 


BROCKTON 


L 


8-7 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


8-5 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


4-3 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


3-2 


CATH. 






MEMORIAL 


W 


5-9 


QUINCY 


\v 


11-2 


BROOKLINE 


L 


8-1 


BROCKTON 


L 


8-0 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


7-.") 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


8-3 


NEWTON NO. 


W 


12-8 


SOMERVILLE 


L 


:>-2 


QUINCY 


W 


8-1 


B.C. HIGH 


L 


10-2 


9 Wins 10 


Losses 





Sitting: Darren Marcou, Brian 
Millerick, Bill Fennelly, .lohn 
Favreau, .loo Kohler. Ray I.un- 
derville, Tom Hardiman. Len Du- 
Pillc. Gino DiStefano Standing: 
Coach Al Scafidi. ESd Sw< 
Wayne Johnson. Han DeVito, VA 
Walsh, Keith \'.ni(icrlindcn. Jeff 
Fisher, Steve Giusti, Coach 
Chuck Agnllo 



117 







hawks complete a 
rebuilding season 



This year's Lacrosse team had a less than 
successful season, but it did show some 
positive signs. Under rookie coach Ray 
Comeau, the Hawks underwent a re- 
building year, hopefully, to build for 
more successful seasons in the future. 
Many members of this year's team were 
seniors, but there also was an equal 



by michelle flanagan 

amount of underclassmen. This year was 
a good learning experience and hopefully 
the Hawks will benefit from it in the fu- 
ture. 

The seniors participating were Joe Ka- 
vey, Bob Kavey, John Kavey, Al Porier, 
along with tri-captains Bill Archibald, 
Walter Comeau, and Bernie Cormier. 





. 








RFCORD 




BEVERLY L 

WAYLAND L 
FRAMINGHAM 

SO. L 
WEYMOUTH NO. L 

ST. JOHNS L 
FRAMINGHAM 

NO. L 

NEWTON NO. L 

LEXINGTON L 

HINGHAM L 

BEDFORD L 

LINC.-SUDB. I. 

BROOKLINE I 

FALMOUTH L 

NEWTON SO. L 

MEDFORD L 

BURLINGTON L 

Wins 10 Losses 

Kneeling: Joe K Dinardi 

Bernie Cormier, Walter Comeau, 
Bill Archibald, Pal K. Mike 

Hovsepian. Standing: Scotl S 
fel. Erie Alexson, S 
K.I Witham. Hob Kavey, Tom 

Fredericks, Jeff Burke, Joe I 

gone. John Romanowski. 1 1 
Perrick, Al Porier, Rob Trum- 
bour, Mr Comeau. 

119 



90 

7-3 

2.1-1 
7-0 
3-1 

17-0 

10-0 

H-A 

15-0 

15-0 

12-1 
7-1 

1 ''-2 

10-3 
7-3 

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girls set eleven 
school records this year 



This year the girls' outdoor track team 
was successful, talented, and well-round- 
ed and was one of the finest girls track 
teams ever. 

The team placed second in the Falmouth 
Invitational Meet as well as setting elev- 
en school records during the course of 
the season. 



by andrea gallagher 

Awards were presented to the following; 
Donna Giardina was the team's Most 
Valuable Player, Maria Orlando won the 
Stanley Cullen Award. Also receiving 
awards were Susan Connaughton and 
Lisa Chiango who shared the award of 
Unsung Hero, Karen Feeley was the Out- 
standing Player in field events and Linda 
Randall was designated Most Improved 
Player. 





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RECORD 

NEWTON NO. L 60-.>H 

BROOKLINE W 61-55 

CAMBRIDGE L 7.V12 

QUINCY W 70-40 

NO. QUINCY W 73-45 

BROCKTON L 65-55 

3 Wins 3 Losses 



Sitting: Linda Randall. Martha 
Smith. Maria Orlando. Cidgot 
Brown. Anne Curran. Tara 
Koough. Diana Hajain. Donna 
Giardina Kneeling: Chris Hassal. 
Karon Feeley, Kim Giardina. 
Brenda Stevens, Lynne Zaker. 
Mary McDonald. Lorretta 
bato. Stella Pancaldo. Paula De- 
laney. Diana Zapata Standing: 
Coach Tranchita. Susan Con- 
naughton, Kelly Callahan. All 
LingOS, Christine Samaria. Lisa 
Chiango. Deana Caira. Meg 
O'Brien. Tammy Rohichaud. Su- 
zanne Pittorino, Paul Kasabian, 
Bob Clifford 



121 



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girls play with a 
reat deal of desire 



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The girls' tennis team, coached by John 
Graceffa, closed their season with two 
wins, but most of their matches were 
closer than the scores indicate. Julie Bou- 
dreau, who played first singles, faced the 
toughest opponents and had strong wins 
against Cambridge and Brockton, Carla 
Lamb played second singles and proved 
to be the team's most consisent player. 
Carla had the best record of 6-6. Ellen 
Mesrobian was the team's best double 
player. Having been a three year mem- 
ber, she was one of the most determined 
players. Tina Chung and Janet LaRosa, 
who were both three year players, con- 



by carla lamb 

tributed at all the matches and practices. 
Kathy Monahan played doubles and 
showed great team spirit throughout the 
season. 

The team may have lacked an abundance 
of great talent but made up with great 
desire to win. The freshmen, sophomore, 
and junior players contributed in many 
ways and played a great supportive role 
during the matches and practices. Coach 
Graceffa is looking forward to next years 
team because of the desire to play and the 
discipline these undergraduates dis- 
played. 




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GIRLS' RECORD 




BROOKLINE 


L 


5-0 


BROCKTON 


W 


4-1 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


4-1 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


4-1 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


5-0 


QUINCY 


L 


3-2 


BROOKLINE 


L 


5-0 


BROCKTON 


L 


5-0 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


3-2 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


3-2 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


5-0 


Quincy 


L 


4-1 


2 Wins 10 Losses 




BOYS' RECORD 




BROOKLINE 


L 


4-1 


BROCKTON 


L 


4-1 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


5-0 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


3-2 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


5-0 


QUINCY 


L 


3-2 


BROOKLINE 


L 


5-0 


BROCKTON 


L 


5-0 


CAMBRIDGE 


L 


4-1 


NO. QUINCY 


L 


5-0 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


5-0 


QUINCY 


W 


3-2 



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- - 


1 


1 pn 



10 Wins 11 Losses 



Girls' Team Sitting; Co-Captain 
Julio Boudreau :uain Carla 

Lamb, Ellen Mesrobian. Kathy 
Monahan. Janet I.aRosa. Tina 
Chung. Kneeling; Pam Manor- 
ter. Diana McSweeney, Fabiana 
Tamburrmi. Julie Patenau 
Debbie Manchester. Maura Mur- 
phy. 

Boys' Team Kneeling: Bill 
Mi Kenzie. Kevin Stephens. Co- 
Captain Larry Leone. Co-Captain 
Casey, Standing: Jim Lu- 
rhese. Roland Richards. Knzo 
DiN.it. lie. Eric Neilson. Rene 
LeBlanc, Coach Scioli. 

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girls finish as 
suburban league co- 
champs 



The 1983 Varsity Softball Team had a 
very successful and enjoyable season. 
Their regular season record was 12 & 2; 
co-champs of the Suburban League. This 
record qualified them for State Tourna- 
ment play. In the State Tournament, they 
beat Chelmsford 3 to 2 and lost to Arling- 
ton in the quarter finals 2 to 1. This 
brought the overall record to 13 & 3. 

The team was lead by Senior Co-Captains 
Theresa Guigno and Jeanne Gately. The- 
resa had a 12 & 2 pitching record which 
was the best in the Suburban League. 
She was named to the first team Surbur- 
gan League All Stars and was named as 
M.V.P. of the Suburban League. She was 
also one of the top hitters in the league 
with a 404 batting average. 

Jeanne Gately was a defensive standout 
at shortstop. Her outstanding plays at 
that position allowed her to be picked as 
the Suburban Leagues second team All 
Star Shortstop. Her leadership and the 



by karen gearty 

respect she received from her team mem- 
bers helped to motivate the girls to play 
as well as they did. 

Other senior standouts were Barbara 
O'Brien and Paula Riccio. Barbara was a 
first base returnee who improved consid- 
erably on defense. Offensively she came 
through with some clutch hits through- 
out the season and ended up with a 346 
batting average. Second baseman Paula 
Riccio was another defensive star who 
also improved with the bat. She made the 
team very strong up the middle and 
worked well on double plays with short- 
stop Jeanne Gately. Paula was the second 
batter in the line up and was called upon 
to bunt and move runners up. She ended 
up with a fine 389 batting average and 
was named to the Suburban League All 
Stars second team. 

The team was made up of a great bunch 
of players. Everyone helped each other 
and made a contribution to the team 
which allowed us to go as far as we did. 






RECORD 



BELMONT 


W 


17-2 


BELMONT 


W 


23-8 


BROOKLINE 


W 


8-2 


BROCKTON 


w 


10-3 


CAMBRIDGE 


w 


3 1-2 


QUINCY 


L 


4-0 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


4-0 


QUINCY 


W 


9-2 


BROCKTON 


W 


2-1 


BROOKLINE 


W 


1.V3 


CAMBRIDGE 


W 


24-<> 


NO. QUINCY 


W 


7-6 


NEWTON NO. 


W 


3-2 


NEWTON NO. 


L 


.VI 


CHELMSFORDW 


3-2 


ARLINGTON 


L 


2-1 


13 Wins 


3 Losses 



First Row: Coach Salvo. Barbara 
O'Brien, Jeanne Gately. Th< 
Giugno. Paula Riecio Second 
Row: Kelley Vaughn. AnnEllen 
mara, Cheryl Seifel, Mar- 
tha Collins Third Row: Tr 
Woods. Susan Giangrande. K.i 
ren Chiarelh. Linda Horngan 



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the word waltham * 
boys' track is back!!! 



The boys' outdoor track team showed 
great deal of improvement from the in- 
door season and they finished the season 
with a respectable record of 2-4. 

Co-Captain Joe Walter became the top 
miler with the best time of 4:38, Steve 
Brown was top two miler with a personal 
best of 10:09. Pole-Vaulter Andy Kramer 
came on strong with a second place finish 
in the State Meet. Brian MacKenzie, who 
was injured for the last two weeks of in- 
doors, and remained injured for the next 
three months came off the disabled list 



by lisa stalmon 

midway thru the season to score points 
for Waltham. His best time of 2:07 in the 
half in the state meet was amazing con- 
sidering the work he had done. Joe Ro- 
manowski was a standout in the 330 low 
hurdles. Disappointments this season 
were Co-Captain Kevin Milligan, who 
was out the whole season with an injury 
and Andy Bernard, who was also out the 
entire season with a groin pull. 

Overall, Greg Kasabian has done a great 
job rebuilding this team. Waltham Track 
Is Back! 





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a salute to the 
captains of our 

sports 



Baseball Darren Marcou 

Basketball Jeanne Gately 

Barbara O'Brien 

Darren Marcou 

John Nisbet 

Cross Country Gidget Brown 

Tara Keough 

Kevin Milligan 

Joe Walter 

Football Bob Qualters 

John Saulnier 

Golf Joe Walter 

Hockey John Giardina 

Bernie Murphy 

Indoor Track Gidget Brown 

Kevin Milligan 
Joe Walter 

Lacrosse Bill Archibald 

Walter Comeau 

Bernie Cormier 

Skiing Maria Rizzo 



by cheryl lavash 

Soccer Jeanne Gately 

Barbara O'Brien 

Dan DeLeo 

Gino DeStefano 

Joe Romanowski 

Softball Jeanne Gately 

Theresa Giugno 

Spring Track Gidget Brown 

Kevin Milligan 
Joe Walter 

Swimming Kim Haskell 

Jenny Huff 
John Romanowski 

Tennis Julie Boudreau 

Carla Lamb 

Neil Casey 

Larry Leone 

Volleyball Jean Cadigan 

Paula Riccio 

Wrestling . . . • Joe Benjamin 

Walter Comeau 
Ken Morreale 





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lisa and John crowned 

queen and king 



The Homecoming rally took place 
on the Friday afternoon before the 
big football game against Newton 
North. The rally showed the mem- 
bers of the football team the support 
that the students felt for them. 

At the rally, Lisa Babineau and John 
Favreau were crowned homecom- 
ing Queen and King. Next the foot- 
ball team was rooted on by the 
cheerleaders. The drill team per- 
formed a routine to the songs the 
band played. School spirit seemed to 



by anne arnold 

be at a record high. 
Saturday came and the game was 
cancelled because of the rain. How- 
ever, the Homecoming Dance was 
held that night as scheduled and 
served as a second rally to keep spir- 
it up. 

The homecoming game was held on 
Sunday and Waltham defeated 
Newton North 27-6. The homecom- 
ing rally and dance proved effective 
in gathering school spirit and sup- 
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songs for all seasons" 
was a great success 



This year's Senior Revue, "Songs 
for all Seasons," was a great success. 
Seniors attended weeks of rehears- 
als to perfect the songs, dances, and 
skits in the show. 

The first act was in the form of the 
traditional minstrel show. The mas- 
ter of ceremonies, Mark Proia, de- 
lighted the audience with his nu- 
merous impersonations. Particular- 
ly memorable was Joe Romanows- 
ki's and Steve Dunbar's rendition of 
the Blues Brothers. 

The second act reflected the theme 
of the show, "Songs for all Seasons." 
This act opened with a New Year's 
Eve party, ran the cycle of the year, 



by cheryl lavash 

and ended at the following New 
Year's Eve. There were many differ- 
ent dances, skits, and songs repre- 
senting the various holidays, 
months, and seasons of the year. For 
example, there was a Valentine's 
Day waltz, a skit entitled "Ladies 
Day at the Ball Game," a very large 
June wedding ceremony, and a cho- 
rus of Kris Kringles singing "Be a 
Santa." 

The Senior Revue was a tremendous 
success. And although only a few 
were mentioned here, all numbers 
were outstanding. All cast and crew 
members should be proud of their 
contributions. (Next year's senior 
class has a tough act to follow!) 




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the color of the season. 



The Waltham High School Crimson 
Marching Band and Auxiliary Units 
were a fine compliment to the 
school's football team. The Band and 
Auxiliary Units put on many magni- 
ficient half time shows. The success 
of the shows came from the students 
practicing for hours out in the cold 
on Saturday mornings before the 
games. 

The Band, in addition to their perfor- 
mance on the field, kept school spirit 
up in the stands with the familiar 



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"Waltham" tune and other songs. 

The Auxiliary Units consisted of the 
Crimsonettes who turned their flags 
and guns; Majorettes, who twirled 
their batons; and Drill Team mem- 
bers who danced to the songs the 
band played. 

Together, the Marching Band and 
Auxiliary Units' fine performances 
at the football games every Satur- 
day afternoon truly made crimson 
the color of the season. 




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The Waltham High School Jazz 
Band has been a part of Waltham 
High for a long time. 

This year Danny Deleo, on sax, John 
Crowley, on Trumpet, and Chris 
Chassion, on piano, have shown su- 
perb quality playing by making 
Northeast District Competition and 
being recommended for All-state. 

The musical style of the Jazz Band is 
Big Band Sound, Swing, Blues, and 
Jazz rock. This year the group con- 



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sists of 7 trumpets, 4 trombones, 7 
saxaphones, 1 flute, and 8 members 
of the rymthm section in the Jazz 
Band. Mr. Ferrante is our leader. 

Mr. Ferrante will be leading us into 
the District Jazz competition on Feb. 
8, with other competitions in the fu- 
ture. We will open our competition 
with 4 songs, Granda Smoothie, Se- 
norita Blues, Send in the Clowns, 
and Take the "A" Train. All Jazz 
Band members are looking forward 
to a successful year. 




the drama department 
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The comedy, "You Can't Take It With 
You," was performed by a group of drama 
students in the Robinson Auditorium on 
December tenth and eleventh. 

The play was directed by Ms. LaShoto 
and the old Mannhatten brownstone 
house was designed by Mr. Rourke and 
built by Robert Withrow. 

Seniors who had lead roles in the play 
were Neil Casey, Janet LaRosa, and Bill 
Vincent. 












mrs. janet coen retires after 
ten years at waltham high 



For the past ten years Waltham High 
School has offered a two year Health 
Careers program to students who are 
interested in pursuing health profes- 
sions. The course gives the student an 
insight with first hand knowledge and 
experience into many different health 
fields. The first year of the course is a 
classroom study where the student 
learns medical terminology, medical 
techniques, first aid, and small medical 
tasks. During the second year, the stu- 
dent aquires first hand experience 
with these techniques and tasks by 
volunteering at various clinical health 
agencies once a week. They also have 
a classroom study in which the stu- 
dents learn in detail of the human 
body, its diseases, their causes and 
treatments. 

The course is a very rewarding exper- 
ience. It was initiated and has been 



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taught for the past ten years by Mrs. 
Janet Coen, an R.N. educator. Mrs. 
Coen is a caring, warm hearted teacher 
who strives to help each student indi- 
vidually. Those of us who have been 
fortunate enough to be touched by her 
warm and gentle ways are very lucky 
indeed! To all of us she has been a 
friend: always there to guide us, al- 
ways there to listen, always there to 
help us make the right decisions about 
our ensuing careers. 

The health careers program will con- 
tinue; but unfortunately for its new 
students, Mrs. Coen will not be there to 
lead it. After ten years at Waltham 
High, Mrs. Coen is retiring and will 
certainly be missed by all who worked 
with her. We wish her happiness in her 
retirement, and we are sure she will 
continue to share her compassion with 
everyone she touches. 





scholarship, character, leadership, 
and service are trademarks of 

n.h.s. 



Traditionally, the National Honor Society 
has embodied the ideals of scholarship, 
character, leadership, and service. Its mem- 
bers, totaling forty-seven this year, demon- 
strated these ideals, par excellence. En- 
couraged by their advisor, Ms. Rosemary 
Geary, the members were involved in many 
activities both in school and outside. 

Some of these activities include: fundrais- 
ing for charitable causes and scholarships; 
assisting Parent-Teachers' meetings; tutor- 
ing at the high and elementary levels, as- 
sisting at Sophmore Orientation and Gradu- 
ation activities; entertaining at the W.E.A. 
Christmas Party for residents at the Fer- 
nald School; assisting teachers with the Ba- 
sic Skills Testing Program in Writing; and 
working with teachers and staff in the Me- 
dia Center, houseoffices, and nurse's office. 
In addition, the society co-sponsored the 
Noble Prize Program with the Student 
Council to honor students in Waltham in 
the areas of academics, civics, athletics, and 



by andrea gallagher 

special recognition. 

Under the creative and dynamic leadership 
of this year's officers: President Colleen 
(Gidget) Brown, Vice-president Jake Foote, 
Secretary, Anne Arnold, and Treasurer, 
Gina Caruso, the Society initiated a new 
scholastic program for the benefit of stu- 
dents and teachers alike. This new program 
entitled "The Speakers' Slate" provided for 
guest speakers to come to the high school to 
talk on various issued including; nuclear 
war, nuclear power, and ethnicity in Wal- 
tham. The Speakers' Slate also sponsored a 
popular debate on Reganomics between Mr. 
Cappucci, a business teacher and Mr. Walk- 
er, a social studies teacher. The members 
themselves presented an all day panel pre- 
sentation for juniors on "The College Appli- 
cation Process." 

It is apparent that the N.H.S. members of 
the Class of 1983 chose "the road less trav- 
elled by" in the immortal words of poet, 
Robert Frost and "that has made all the 
difference" for everyone concerned. 








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Parris Island, South Carolina for an ori- 

This year, the Waltham High MCJROTC entation visit, 
unit participated in many activities. They 

participated in a walk for cancer spon- The ROTC also helped with Veterans 

sored by the American Cancer Society Day and Armed Forces Day Services 

and a walk-a-thon for Muscular Dystro- while also raising the American Flag at 

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queen of the junior prom 






Dinner, dancing and formal dress set the 
mood for the 1983 Junior Prom held at 
the Best Western East. Good spirit and 
pleasant music were conducive to mak- 
ing April 29th a most memorable even- 
ing. 

Kathy Oliveri was crowned Junior 
Prom Queen. Chosen as the queen's at- 



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tendants were Maria Egirous and Paula 
Schuessler. "Wishing on a Star", our 
theme song, was one of many popular 
recordings selected by disc jockey John 
LaConte. 

The 144 couples attending really en- 
joyed making the beginning of "today's 
dreams tomorrow's realities." 



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memories that will linger on 

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"Bermuda" had to have been one of 
the most exciting weeks of our senior 
Year! It was all that we could ask for 
The turquoise blue water, the pink 
sand, horsebackriding on the beach, 
sunrises, parties and bikinis! We will 
always remember the fun shared dur- 
ing many happy hours at the White 
Heron. 

After the White Heron many of us 
hopped into taxis driven by friendly 
Bermudians and went to our favorite 
discos - for some it was the "Disco 40" 
and others the "French Connection" 
and the "40 Theives." The nights were 
never long enough! Despite our lack of 
sleep, However, many of us managed 
to wake up the next morning and drive 
our mopeds quite well. 

A favorite meeting place was Horse- 
shoe Bay, where we met the Bermuda 
Strollers! As one observer commented 



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in envy, "You're partying with the 
Bermuda Strollers?" Nothing but the 
best! We toured the beautiful island 
sites and many found our own special 
places on the island where we could 
watch the sunrise. During the day we 
toured magnificent Bermuda. We dis- 
covered fortresses of long ago along 
the shore line. In addition we explored 
rock caves, crystal caves, many fam- 
ous lighthouses, and the perfume fac- 
tory. . Along about midday, many of us 
gathered at the Swizzle Inn for lunch 
and their infamous rum swizzles. After 
lunch we continued with our touring 
and later rendezvoused for the Happy 
Hour at the White Heron. 

In all it was a fun packed week. Every- 
one was sad to leave this site of awe 
and excitement. We boarded our plane 
with tears in our eyes, we concluded 
with the lyrical song, "Bermuda is an- 
other world." 






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Once again, WHS-TV supplied the entire 
school with a daily news program. Under 
the director of junior, Brian Augustine, 
the "Morning Bulletin" with Tracei Fav- 
reau, Doreen Tirone and Mike Gould was 
a complete success! 
As the year progressed, the staff at WSH- 



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TV produced programs with mime, Trent 
Arterberry, the cast of Senior Revue, the 
wrestling team and a videotape for fresh- 
man orientation. The TV-Department 
will miss the talents of Bob Weston, Tra- 
cei Faverau, Doreen Tironi, and Bill Vin- 
cent. 





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the class of 1983 



Best Looking Lisa Babineau 

Richie Bartleman 

Best Dressed Barbara Papia 

Darren Marcou 

Best Dancer Paula Prifti 

Mike Fitzgerald 

Class Artist Roseanne O'Toole 

Richard Moschner 

Most Respected Cheryl Lavash 

John Favreau 
Did Most For Class . . Debbie Landry 

Joe Romanowski 

Most Popular Lisa Babineau 

Dean Morreale 
Class Musician-Instrumental 
Nancy Faulstich 



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John Demoy 

Class Wit Sheila McNamara 

Chris Kelly 

Class Genius Anne Arnold 

Steve Dunbar 
Best Actress/Actor 



Class Musician- Vocal 



. Amy Benoit 
Mark Proia 
Nancy Aviles 
Steve Maxner 

Most Athletic Jeanne Gately 

Darren Marcou 
Most Likely to Succeed . Anne Arnold 

Tom Hardiman 

Personality Plus Lisa Babineau 

Mike Fitzgerald 








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senior awards night 
thursday, June 2, 1983 



Thursday, June 2, 1983, was a special 
evening for many seniors. It was Senior 
Awards Night, where awards and schol- 
arships are given to deserving seriors. 
The evening began with introductions by 
Christine Denaro. We then heard some 
musical selections by the W.H.S. Chorus 
and a piano solo by Barbara O'Brien. 
Next it was time for the presentation of 
awards. First to be given were the School 
Committee Keys, which are given to stu- 



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dents who maintained 50% A's and no C;s 
since ninth grade. Then it was time for 
the scholarships to be handed out. In total 
they amounted to over $300,000 with 
$70,000 coming from local businesses and 
organizations. After the presentation of 
awards Diane Pintabone read a poem she 
had written about waiting to hear about 
acceptances from colleges. Finally, clos- 
ing remarks were said by Stephen Dun- 
bar. 





through the years 

by kathy venini and karen gearty 

crowned Prom Queen. Her attendants 
were Tracei Favreau and Kathy Nally. 

The theme song "Through the Years" 
was performed by the band "Profile" 
while many couples enjoyed dancing. 

In all, it turned out to be an enjoyable 
evening, which will long be remem- 
bered by all who attended. 



The Senior Prom was held on May 27 
at the Chateau de Ville in Fra- 
mingham. It was a night which passed 
quickly between dinner, waiting in 
line for pictures, and dancing. 

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Despite the cloudy skies, the Class of 
1983 successfully received their diplomas 
and made June 5, 1983, their day. The 
many guest speakers all wished the class 
well and lots of luck for the future. Guest 
speaker, Mrs. Lillian Shirley, said that 
"two-thirds of the class will go on to col- 
lege and one-third will pursue careers." 
Also, Superintendent of Schools, Mr. 
John J. Daddona, was told to "make it 
short" by his graduating son. The day 
was marked with many congratulations 
and many hopes for the future spoken by 
many of the speakers including class 
Valedictorian, Anne Arnold, who spoke 
about the future. "Each one of you has a 



by lisa stalmon 



dream that is different from the person 
sitting next to you." She also warned her 
classmates to "make choices carefully 
and realistically." Also, Diane Pintabone, 
expressed her feelings towards the fu- 
ture in the Class Poem which she wrote 
and read especially for the Class of 1983 
Graduation Day ceremonies. The Class of 
1983 brightened up the cloudy day by 
wearing the class colors of red for the 
boys, and white for the girls who also 
carried red roses. All in all, everyone was 
sad to be leaving, but all were looking 
forward to their future plans in college or 
in pursuing a career. Congratulations, 
Class of 1983! 






Time Is A Process Of Becoming 

Time is a process of becoming 
And we wonder what it is we've become 
We look back and consider where we've been 
And we see all the things we've done. 
We now stand on a threshold, 
Before us the future lies — 
Open gates lesd to hundreds of fates 
Beneath these clear blue skies. 
Behind us we see our classrooms 
And remember the years that have passed 
— Years that flew like the warm summer's breeze 
And now become part of our past. 
Forever we'll remember the people, 
Who through these years with us have shared 
Their knowledge and wisdom and kindness 
And have guided with love and care. 
Ahead, the doors lie open 
Each of us will choose his way 
To find the door to his future 
As we go out through these doors today. 
With time we will change; 
With time we will grow 
Years hence we may wonder 
"Where did our time go?" 
So as we travel along our own paths 
To find whatever we may 
We must stop now and then to consider 
Those who warm our lives every day. 
Remember always this one thing: 
We each control our own dreams; 
We each can achieve whatever we wish 
Regardless of how hard it may seem. 
So fear not the future and what you may find 
For the world lies open to your heart and your 
mind. 

Diane Pintabone 






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On Tuesday, May 31, 1983 the Senior 
Class Day-Luncheon took place. Seniors, 
relatives, and friends assembled in the 
cafeteria for a luncheon of chicken and 
rice served by junior members of the Na- 
tional Honor Society. Head table guests 
included Mr. John J. Regan, Mrs. Alisca 
Czarnowski, and Mayor Arthur J. Clark. 
The presentation of the Louise Sewall 
Award and the Kenneth Harding Award 
for excellence in athletics went to Jeanne 
Gately and Darren Marcou respectively. 



At the conclusion of the Luncheon the 



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guests proceeded to the Robinson Audi- 
torium for the Class Day Activities. The 
performing of skits, the awarding of Sen- 
ior Superlatives, and the presentation of 
the yearbook slide show were the high- 
lights of the activities. The program also 
included tributes to those teachers retir- 
ing at the end of the 1983 school year- 
Mrs. Janet Coen, Mr. Thomas Perrante, 
Mrs. Barbara McCauley, Mrs. Esther Wi- 
ley, and Mrs. Lucy Windsor. Also hon- 
ored as "Teacher of the Year" were Mr. 
Thomas Cappucci, Mrs. Carol Graceffa, 
and Mr. James McDonnell. 




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JAMES J. CANNON 
Deputy Superintendent 



DR. ALAN AYMES 



Director of Educational Programs 





JOHN J D ADDON A 

Superintendent of Schools 



DR. KONGSUK MANTAKARA 

Administrative Aide 




DAVID KING 

Business Manager 



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high school administration 





MR. JOHN J. REGAN 
PRINCIPAL 



MR. F. JOSEPH LEVEY 
VICE PRINCIPAL 




MRS. ALISCA CZARNOWSKI 
SENIOR HOUSEMASTER 





MR. THOMAS NEYLON 
JUNIOR HOUSEMASTER 



MR. NORMAN J. MACDONALD 

SOPHOMOKK HOUSEMASTKH 



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FRANK CURRAN 

Director of Guidance 



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EDWARD DOLLARD 

Director of Occupational Ed. 




THOMAS DUMAS 

Director of Music 



ROBERT EAGLE 

Director of English 




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Director of Business 



FELIX GIARDINA 
Director of AV 



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Director of Cafeteria 



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THOMAS LYNCH 

Director of Mathematics 





RICHARD MCKNIGHT CLAIRE NOLAN 

Director of Physical Ed. 



MARGARET NOLAN 



DONPROHOVICH 




Assistant Director of Guidance Director of Athletics 




SAUL RICHMAN 

Director of Social Studies 



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PAUL SHEA 

Director of Art 



FRANK STRAZZULLO 

Director of Custodians 



STEPHEN 
TRIANTEFEL 

Director of Foreign 
Language 



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LINDA AHEARN 

Home Economics 



MARY ANTONELLIS 
Secretary 



MARIE TERESE 
A UCOIN 

Foreign Language 



DONNA AUHLL 

Social Studies 




PETER BALDASARRI JULIE BLANCHARD LOTTIE BL USTEIN 

Business Art Media Center 



WENDY BURGER 
Special Education 




MARIE CALLOGGERO 

Secretary 



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THOMAS CAPPUCCI 

Business 



MARIE CASE 
Science 



CORALIA CASSIDY 
Foreign Language 




HELEN CASTROS 
Physical Education 



PAUL CERQUA 
Reading 



JOHN CLIEEORD 

Guidance 



JANET COEN 

Caftoer Education 



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DANIEL CRAIN 

Special Education 



JEAN CREMMEN 
Special Education 



PAULA CURRO 

Special Education 



JOSEPH DAMICO 

Social Studies 



186 




CHER YL DA VIDIAN 
Foreign Language 



CHRISTOPHER 
DAWSON 

Mathematics 



JOAN DIGIACOMO 
Guidance 



ELAINE DOMENICIS 
Mathematics 





HAR VEY DONESKI 

Mathematics 



JOHN DORSEY 

English 



DANIEL DOYLE 
Business 



WILLIAM DUGAN 
ROTC 




IRENE DUNBAR 

Serretary 



JANE EG AN 

Nurse 



EDWARD ENGLISH 

Mathematics 



KAREN EVANGELISTA 

Art 




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JUDY FEROLITO 

Nurse 




THOMAS FERRANTE 

Music 



THOMAS FOLEY 

Mathematics 



ROSEMAR Y GEAR Y 

Knglish 



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LINDA GOULD 

Special Education 



SARAH GIACALONE 
Guidance 



BEVERLY GIBLIN 

Mathematics 




KATHELEN GIORGIO 
Home Economics 




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STEPHEN GOODWIN 

Social Studies 



CHARLES GORDON 

Music 



CAROL GRACEEFA 

Science 



JOHN GRACEFFA 

Social Studies 




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STEPHEN GRANT 

Science 



GLORIA GRUMNEY 

Media Center 



DEBORAH HABER 

Science 



BARBARA HANTMAN 

Science 




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WILLIAM 
HARRINGTON 

Mathematics 



AL HEALEY 

English 



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JOHN HOLIHAN 

Industrial Arts 



ELEANOR HUMMEL 

Mathematics 



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RITA HURLEY 

Secretary 



ALAN JACOBSON 
Guidance 




MARY KELLERMAN 

Social Studies 



DIANE KENNEDY 
Art 



JULIA KERR 
Science 



KATHERINE KOI HA V 
Physical Education 




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KATHY LASHOTO 

Drama 



THOMAS LEVERONE 

Mathematics 



JOHN LORD 
ROTC 



JOHN LOYND 

Mathematics 



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ELLEN MacDONALD 
English 



RICHARD MADDEN 
Guidance 



MARIO MAGNO 

Foreign Language 



GRACEY MAGRATH 

Home Economics 





JOSEPH MATT A 

Special Education 



BARBARA MATTHEWS 

English 



EDWARD MATTHEWS 

English 






CONSTANCE MCBRIER 

Special Education 




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BARBARA McCA ULEY JOHN McDONALD 

Secretary Industrial Arts 



james McDonnell 

Mathematics 




JOHANNA MCIVOR 

Music 








MARIE MORRIS 

Business 



ANTHONY MRUGALA 

Guidance 



JERRY NELSON 
Science 



WILLIAM NOLAN 

Industrial Arts 



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MARIE O'BRIEN 

English 



MARVIN OWENS 

Social Studies 




CARMEN O'KANE 
Secretary 



RICHARD O'NEIL 
Career Education 



DA VID OPIE 

Business 




ELEANOR PACITTI 

Foreign Language 



VIRGINIA PAGE 
English 



ANTHONY PALMERINO 

Special Education 




SUSAN PARELLA 
Spec.al Education 



JOHN PASSARINI 

Health 




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RITA PERSUITTE 
Secretary 



ANTHONY 

PIANTEDOSI 
Business 




HELEN PILOTTE 

Business 




TIMOTHY REED 



Science 




JOSEPH SALVO 

Business 



PATRICIA SMITH 

Home Economics 



BENJAMIN PIZZI 
Foreign Language 



SAMUEL POULTEN 
Social Studies 



ELAINE QUICK 
Guidance 





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KAREN ROBINSON 

Science 



STEPHEN ROURKE 
Drama 



SALLIE RUSS 

English 





ROBERT SCHUBERT JOHN SHEEHAN 

Audio Visual Mathematics 



CHARLOTTE SMITH 

Special Education 




LEONARD SORIN 

Physical Education 



IRA STEINBERG 

English 



ELWOOD STREETER 
Science 



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CORNELIA 
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ROY TALANIAN 

Industrial Arts 



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DONALD THIBAULT 

Foreign Language 



PAUL THORP 

Science 




GERALD TIERNEY 

English 



VIRGINIA TOWER 

Occupational Ed 



JOSEPH TRAVALINI 
English 



DOROTHY TUFO 

Science 






GEORGE VIENS 
Mathematics 



HAROLD WALKER 
Social Studies 



ESTHER WILEY 
Media Center 



LUCY WINDSOR 

English 




HENRY WORONICZ 

Physical Education 



LARRY YARKIN 
Foreign Language 



PETER YETTEN 
Physical Education 



WILLIAM YOUNG 

Mathematics 



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JOSEPH B. DEMAIO 

Assistant Director of Occupational Education 




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ERNEST V. VISCARELLO 

Director of Occupational Education 





ANTONIO DAMIAN 
Adjustment Counselor 



CLARA GRACEFFA 
Secretary to the Director 





JUDITH GRACEFFA 

Senior Advisor 



ANNETTE MORIS 
Clerk 



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BERNARD ARSENA ULT MICHAEL ARSENA ULT ARTHUR A UCOIN 

206 Brown St. 87 Cushing St. 5 Mt. Pleasant 



EDWARD BABINEAU 
20 Curtis St. 



GLEN BAILEY 

125 Montclair Ave. 



PAULBARRILE 

7 Cedar St. 



ANIBALAVILES 
11 Gardner St. 




ALEXANDER 

BOUDREAU 

108 Harvard St. 




MARK BOURQUE 
143 Montclair Ave. 



DANIEL BOWLEY 

181 Felton St. 



PAUL BRAKE 

7 Larchmont Ave. 



STEPHEN CARLSON 

28 Common St. 



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JAMES CARMODY 
35 Arlington Rd. 



PATRICK CATINO 

56 Lafayette St. 



VAN CHANG 
6 Lawton PI. 



JAMES CHIASSON 
23 Chameerlain St. 




PA UL CHICCO 

21 Overlook Rd. 



DANIEL CORMIER 

55 Royal St. 



EDWARD CORMIER 

24 Wadsworth Ave. 



JAMES CULLEN 
68 Cushing St. 




EDWARD CUTLER 
38 Curtis St. 



HUY DANG 

35 C Maple St. 



MAG ELLA DESPRES 
161 School St. 



VU XUAN DO 
4 Floyd St. 



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JOHN BRENNAN 
Carpentry 



LOUIS CARCERANO 

Carpentry 



VERNON COOKE 
Auto Body 



FRANCIS DALY 

Electronics 




VICTOR DOUCET 

Metal Fabrication 



JOHN FARIA 
Printing 



JOHN GALLAGHER 

Custodian 




RUSSELL GREGOIRE 
Printing 



RALPH GRIFFIN 

Aide 



CHARLES HERTIGAN 
Academic 



GERALD KATZ 

Air Conditioning 




CALVIN KALISHMAN 

Auto Mechanics 



ALEXANDER 
KAPAMAGIAN 

Auto Mechanics 



DAVID KENTLEY 

Electronics 



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JOHN KROL 

Physical Education 



JOHN MORRELL 

Placement Coordinator 



JOHN LEHANE 
Metal Fabrication 



MARTHA LOCKE 
Learning Center 



LESLIE MASON 
Adjustment Counselor 




VICTORIA RUSSELL 
Learning Center 



SALVATOR SCIMEMI 
Auto Body 



EILEEN SUSSMAN, 

R.N 

Nurse 




CHARLES WAYMAN 
Air Conditioning 



RICHARD WOLF 

Drafting 



RICHARD YOUNG 

Auto Mechanics 



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KELLY FRENCH 

19 Curtis St. 



MICHAEL GAIPO 
65 Guinan St. 



DENNIS GOGUEN 
452 Moody St. 




GERARDO 
HERNANDEZ 
18 Mcbrides Ct. 



KENNETH HILL 

80 Pine Hill Cir. 



TONG MANH HO 
22 Lawton Place 



HAROLD HOGAN 

130 College Farm Rd. 



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WILLIAM KEA TING RICHARD LANDR Y 

30 Aberdeen Ave. 208 Brown St. 



ORESTE LEONELLI 

18 Howard St. 



MARGUERITE LOWE 
69 Lexington St. 




LISA MALLOZZI 

57 High St. 



MICHAEL MALONEY 

9 Summit St. 



WILLIAM MANNION 
132 Pine Hill Cr. 



GAR Y MANOUKIAN 

280 Temple Rd. 




RA YMOND MCDONALD GERARD MICHA UD 

264 Newton St. 91 Seminole Ave. 



SHEILA MONAHAN 
21-1 Garden Ln. 



WILLIAM MORRISON 

12 Fiske St. 



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JAMES MURPHY 
81 Alder St. 



SEAN NEAL 
16 Taylor St. 



HAROLD 
NORREGAARD 

48 Hiawatha Ave. 



DAVID NOWLAN 

138 Myrtle St. 




JEFFREY OHNEMUS 
46 Prescott St. 



JOHN OUELLETTE 

96 Central St. 



KEVIN PENDLETON 
86 Chester Ln. 



PA UL PETR ULA VAGE 
1076 Middlesex Rd. 




MARTIN PINEAU 

77 Robbins St. 



DAVID PRATT 
171 Barbara Rd. 



RICHARD PROFETTO 

63 Pine St. 



GEORGE QAQISH 

33 Eddy St. 




JOSEPH RHODES 

134 Lakeview Ave. 



TIMOTHY RITCHEY 

56 Arlington Rd. 



STEVEN ROBINSON 
17 Lyman Ter. 



ANTHONY RUSSO 

87 Howard St. 



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MICHAEL RUSSO 

40 Vernon St. 



PAULSAULNIER 

79 Oak St. 



BRIAN SCHEUFELE 
122 Hillcrest Rd. 



ROBERT STORLAZZI 

10 Craven Cir. 




JEFFREY SULLIVAN STEPHEN SURRETTE BERNARD TARANTO WILLIAM THOMPSON 

310 Dale St. 31 Oakledge Rd. 32 Charles St. 33 Floyd St. 




JOSEPH VEREKER 
10 Day St. 



DARREN WEST 
93 Indian Rd. 



HAI THAI VINH 

18 Maple St. 



MATTHEW WADE 
354 Newton St. 



ROBERT WALAZEK 

142 Fern St. 




WAYNE WILLIAMS 
217 Grove St. 



NICHOLAS WOLFE 
118 Hillcrest Rd. 



RICHARD ZAGAME 

254 Brown St. 



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homeroom 
210 

Sitting: Jay Allen, Teresa Arcuri, 
Joanna Aniello, Barbara Agha- 
mianz, John Anderson, Brenda Ar- 
senault, Carol Arsenault. 
Standing: David Alesse, David 
Anthos, Anthony Agostino, Carmela 
Aismondo, Nancy Amelia, Mr. 
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Sitting: Susan Bastarache. Lisa Ba- 
bineau. Amy Benoit, Marlene Be- 
langer. Kristen Bell. Nancy Beaton. 
Pamela Biddy. 

Standing: Nancy Aviles. Richard 
Besso, Henry Banrevi. Richard 
Bartleman. Joe Benjamin. Steven 
Ashness. Robert Bibbo. Michael Ba- 
bineau. Mrs. Mathou 



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Standing: Donna Boudreau, Edward 
Blakely, Seymour Bovell, Steven 
Bove, Christopher Bowler, Ronald 
Bourgeois, Kevin Bone, Gerard Bou- 
dreau, Annette Bourgeois. 
Sitting: Jill Bourgeois, Caterina Bon- 
adio, Judith Bonica, Julie Boudreau, 
Leslie Blair, Elizabeth Bodholdt, 
Denise Boucher, Carol Bourgeois, 
Giselle Boucher. 



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213 

Front: Erica Cahoon, Jamie Calla- 
han, Bryon Cail, Paul Caban, Eric 
Campbell, Gina Caruso. 
Back: Ms. Russ, Ronald Buckman, 
Doreen Buckley, Colleen Brown, 
Scot Butcher, Jean Cadigan, Lisa 
Caruso, Paul Brennan. 





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Chiasson, Doris Casella, Cara Cer- 
cone, Sharon Cianci, Donna Cianci. 
Standing: John Casella, Donald Ca- 
sey, Mark Chiarelli, James Cento- 
fanti, Karen Centola, Tina Chung, 
Donald Cavanaugh. 


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Sitting: Debra Connolly. Carol Con- 
toni, Letitia Clementi. Jennifer 
Clarke, Deborah Corcoran. Eileen 
Comeau. Charlene Cloney. Diane 
Connelly. 

Standing: Walter Comeau. David 
Conrad. Steven Connors. John Con- 
don. Christopher Claffey. John Con- 
nor. Timothy Connaughton. Alan 
Cormier. Bernard Cormier. 







homeroom 
217 

First Row: John Crowley, Mai Cung, 
Chris DeFrancisco, Danny Demeo. 
Second Row: Ann Curran, Gretchen 
Dall, Chris DeNaro, Susan Craig, 
Alex Denton, Barbara DeNaro, Maty 
Jo Demeo, Mr. Tierney, Rose D'A- 
pollo. Third Row: John DeMoy, An- 
gel Cruz, Bill Creamer, Dan DeLeo, 
Keith Dalrymple, Bruce Courtney, 
Mark Cusano, Mark Daddona 



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Front: Antoinette DiCiaccio. An- 
drew Doucette, Mark DiLorenzo. 
John Devlin. Michael Devlin. Mrs. 
Hantman. 

Back: Paul Donaghey. Stacey Di\- 
ardi. Tammy Driscoll. Janice Dono- 
van. Daniel DiGiovino. Michael Di- 
Chaira. 




homeroom 
220 

Front: Margaret Early, Patricia 
Egan, Michelle Eagan, Donald Duf- 
fy, Kimberly Enman, Gary Fagan. 
Back: Mr. Salvo, Kristen Egan, Pa- 
mela Dudley, Jennifer Dwinells, 
Scott Eggimann, Byron English, 
Stephen Dunbar, Linda Falconer, 
Michael Fitzgerald, Leonard Du- 
pille, Theresa Early. 



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homeroom 
221 

Front: Cheryl Ferrick. Anna Fra- 
gale, Nancy Faulstich. Kathleen 
Galvin, Mary Alice Flemming. Mi- 
chael Fitzgerald, Gregg Fleming. 
Margaret Forbes, Ms. Geary. Ms. 
Parella. Mr. Cirqua. 
Back: Gail Falzone. Edward Finney. 
William Fennelly. Tracy Favreau. 
Elaine Fronduto. John Favreau. 



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225 

Sitting: Ms. Flanagan, Jeanne Gate- 
ly, Theresa Guigno, Karen Gearty, 
Mary Glynn, Barbara Gisiger, Stand- 
ing: Paul Grenier, Brian Guisti, John 
Giardina, John Govoni, John Good- 
rich, Daniel Green. 




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228 

Sitting: Kristine Hill, Suzanne Hen- 
ry, Nuria Herrera. Cynthia Gul- 
ledge, Karen Hines. Christine Har- 
ding, Jill Hingey. Standing: Michael 
Heatley, Dennis Gulloti. Christopher 
Harrington, James Hicks. Mark 
Guarini, Gary Hart. Kimberly Hob- 
son. Kim Haskell. Brian Hart. Mi- 
chael Harrington. William Harding. 



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homeroom 
240 

Front: Gail Hughes, Paula Jurigian, 
Philip Jackson, Jennifer Huff, Ed- 
ward Hughes, Thomas Howley, 
Chester Hopkins, Lisa Howard, 
Carolyn Johnson, Kelly Joseph, 
Lynn Hough. Top: Michael Hurley, 
Sharon Holm, Mark Johnson. 



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244 

Front: Gerard LeBlanc. Deborah 
Landry, Cheryl Lavash, Deborah 
LaFauce, Diane LeBlanc. Denise 
LeBlanc, Peter LaCrosse. Standing: 
Debra LaCava, Janet LaRosa, Dan- 
ielle LeBlanc. Monique LeBlanc. 
Maime Lawn, Regina Lawton. An- 
nette LeBlanc, Margot LeBlanc. 



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homeroom 242 £ 

Front: Sarah Kelley, Patrick Kelly, 
Joseph Kohler, Joseph Kavey, 
Kristine Kopsiaftis, Carol Kirsch, 
Tara Keough, Christopher Kelly. 
Back: John Keough, Kerry Kelly, 
Robert Kavey, David Keating, Kim- 
berly Kelly, Mr. Doneski, Lorraine 
Kusmirick, Kathleen Kavey, Janet 
Kramer, Mary Kelly, David Kent. 

homeroom 248 

Sitting: Shirley Leger, Sharin Le- 
Page, Lauri Lombardi, Kevin Livoli, 
Maria Lombardo, Charles Leger. 
Standing: David Limole, Kieran 
Lennon, Paul Logue, Joseph Linne- 
han, Larry Leone, Jerome Lom- 
bardi, Marcel LeLievre, Michael Lit- 
tle, William Lee, Daniel Lombardi, 
Jeff Leger. 



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homeroom 
249 

Sitting: Maureen Maher. Suzanne 
MacNeill, Laurie Lundburg. Donald 
MacPhail. James Loynd. Standing: 
Donna MacDonald, Mark Lundberg, 
Brenna Long. Linda Magliarditi. 
Mary Magno, Joseph Lore. John 
MacLellan. Brian MacKenzio. 



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homeroom 
254 

Kneeling: John MacDonald, Cheryl 
McGrath, Karen McGinn, Steven 
Maxner. Sitting: Mr. Passarini, 
Kathryn Marcinowski, Eileen 
McGann, Gail McDonald, Joan Mc- 
Carthy, Linda Mazzola, Terese 
McGrath. Standing: Darren Marcou, 
Phillip Martinos, Shawn Masterson, 
Jacalyn Mclssac, David Mason, 
Cherie Mandile, Charles McKenna. 



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Front: Dean Morreale, Richard 
Moschner, Eric Morey. Kevin Milli- 
gan. Charlene Meegan, Donna Mor- 
reale, Marjorie Meade. Salvatore 
Mirasola, Robert Melanson. Salva- 
tore Mongiardo. Back: Kathleen 
Monahan. Sheila McNamara. Susan 
McKenzie, Deborah Melanson. Ellen 
Mesrobian. Paula McNiece. John 
Mitchell. Mr. Owens. Julie Miani. 
Kenneth Morreale. Paul Moran. Ro- 
sanna Mele. Joseph Mola. 







First row: Michael Noyes, Phong Le 
Ong, Deborah Ober, Laurie Nutile, 
Deborah Nigro; 

Second row: Charlene O'Bryne, 
Kathleen Monahan, Kenneth O'Con- 
nor, John Mula, Jerome Nocera, 
Kathy Nally, Advie Noel, James 
Murphy, Lai Ong, Paul Murphy. 

Third row: Mr. Baldassari, Richard 
Neshe, Kevin Norris, Eric Oberg, 
Sean O'Neal, John Nisbet, Mark 
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Sitting: Ms. Kellerman. Sheryl Pan- 
tano, Richele Pirone. Marina Pen- 
ado, Barbara Papia. 
Middle: Diane Pintabone, Jean Pel- 
lerin, Dina Piscatelli. Maria Orlando. 
Wendy Petersen. 

Back: Jason Piccin. Rosanne 
OToole, Todd Palmer. David Pan- 
nesi. Michael Palmer. David Piante- 
dosi. William Peterson. Walter Pas- 
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265 

Sitting: Cecelia Poppleton, Tracy 
Ricci, Debra Preston, Paula Prifti, 
Pamela Ranucci. 

Standing: Jose Reyes, Kevin 
Rheaume, Mark Proia, John Power, 
Timothy Regan, Carol Quinlan, Rob- 
ert Quakers, Joseph Pirone, Paul 
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Front: Maria Rizzo. Leroy Robin- 
son, Joseph Romanowski. Silvana 
Scifo. Cheryl Rickman. Wendy Rus- 
sell, Tommy Rico, James Roebuck. 
Back: Mariano Rios. John Saulnicr. 
Paul Saia, Michael Schultz, Gerard 
Robichaud. 







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264 



Front: Kevin Stevens, Peter Smith, 
Charles Steele, Mark Sullivan, 
Wayne Strout, Kathleen Shea, Mary 
Shea, Sandra Stewart. 
Back: Pierrette Soucy, Karen Snow, 
Anthony Susi, Arthur Smith, Joseph 
Serge, Tracy Sidlowski, Caroline 
Serval, Lisa Stalmon, Tracy Sulli- 
van, Seta Stepanian, Nancy Surette, 
Christine Smolinsky, Diane Spinelli, 
Patricia Shaughnessy, Judy Se- 
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Front: Mark Vallerand. Jamie Tay- 
lor. Cynthia Teller. Marialina Ur- 
bina. Maria Torres. Leslie Turhck. 
Lucia Treggiari. 

Back: Deborah Vass. Diane Vass. 
Nancy Tewksbury. Judy Theriault. 
William Thompson. Vinh Cam Thai. 



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Bottom: Joanne Zanghi, Joanne 
Westberg, Kathleen Venini. 
Middle: Melinda Yobaccio, Jacqui- 
line White, Diane Worth, Darcie 
Wescott, Lynne Wilson, Karyn 
Veno. 

Top: Frank Walsh, Robert Weston, 
Joseph Velardo, Ronald Walker, Jo- 
seph Walter. 



homeroom 111 

First Row: Diane Blais, Annie Bour- 
geois, Denise Bourgeois, Donna 
Bourgeois, Lisa Bourgeois, Kerri Ba- 
zar, Second Row: Irma Belanger, 
Tom Bazzone, Dennis Belyea, Ed 
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First Row: Mrs. Blanchard. Nyen 
Azablar, Claudette Arsenault. Moni- 
que Bastarache. Kim Ashness. Deb- 
bie Aucoin, Diane Barow. Pauline 
Barr Second Row: Gina Auditore. 
Jean Baima, Paula Bartleman, 
Cheryl Almeida, Eva Andrews 
Third Row: Janet Arnold, Andrea 
Aucoin. Ken Avery. Peter Allia. Bri- 
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Denise Buckley, Rudy Bickle, Mary 
Jo Cacciatore, Jim Cafarella, Jim 
Buckley, Mr. Rourke, Marc Calleva, 
Kelly Bruce, Maureen Burke, Bob 
Brophy, Noreen Callahan, John 
Bowler, Steven Burgess, Lisa 
Brackesy, Cheryl Breau, Steven 
Bowers, Pauline Bourgeois, Joe Cac- 
ciatore 



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First Row: Pasquale Cardillo. Mike 
Chartier, Jim Cloherty. Frank Can- 
navino, Kim Collins, Karen Chiar- 
elli, Jill Clark, Pamela Cassidy. Chris 
Catalano, Pushpa Chauhan, 
Second Row: Peter Collura. Bob 
Champagne, Ann Chaisson. Lisa 
Chiavaras. Marisa Clemente, Cathy 
Roche, Joseph Chaisson, Brian Clif- 
ford, Steve Champeon. Andrea 
Chicco, Mike Cormier 

homeroom 121 

First Row: Marie Davenport. Car- 
lene Cusano. Jackie Denty. Tern 
Delfino, Mary Cuttone, Sarah Cu- 
sick, Paula Delaney 
Second Row: Karen Dempsey. Ro- 
sanne DelVecchio, Mike Crowl. 
Katie DeMartin. Mike Desmarais. 
Matt DeAmicis. Aimee Dennett, Don 
DeGloria. Don D'Eon, Janet Curtis 




homeroom 
117 

First Row: Rita Craig, Linda Co- 
tone, Debra Crowley Sharon Conzo, 
Laurie Connors, Gisele Cormier, 
Joel Cotton 

Second Row: Ms. Evangelista, Jeff 
Constantine, John Coughlin, Brian 
Courtney, Pat Conzo, John Corres, 
John Connaughton, Ivan Colon, Bri- 
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First Row: Ms. Clancy, Dan Donlon. 
Marie Egirous, Carolyn Duffy. Den- 
iel Falcone, Gina Dubel. Anne Dri- 
vas. Renee El-Far. Brenda Feeley 
Second Row: Hoang Do. Gino Deste- 
fano, Mike Feltman. Peter Falzone. 
Joey Dinardi. Rich Farrington. Jay 
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First Row: Lisa Figliolini, Judy 
Foucher, Michelle Flanagan, Tracy 
Foster, Denise Forbes, Sue Forster, 
Helen Foster, Debbie Fucci, Ms. La- 
Shoto 

Second Row: Mark Foskin, Mike 
Ferrara, Dave Fitzgerald, Jeff Fish- 
er, Cheryl Fraize, Dan Ferrick, Tom 
Fredericks, Dave Frazier 

homeroom 128 

First Row: Sue Giangrande, Sue 
Gearty, Marianne Genova, Wendy 
Gangi, Ann Giardina, Sylia Giglia, 
Michelle Gagnon 

Second Row: Andrea Gallagher, 
Christen Gaudet, David Giardina, 
John Georgagi, Frank Giorlando, 
Peter Gargone, Joey Gallant, Ar- 
mand Gautreau, Mike Gaudet, Dave 
GiUgno, Joey Gandolfo, Ann Gille- 
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First Row: Jim Hanlon, Matt 
Gowdy, Linda Goguen, Jim Hache. 
Kim Harper, Diana Hajian. Michelle 
Grimes, Mike Gould. Debbie Griggs. 
Stephen Hart. Elaine Griffin. Jason 
Gregoricus. Denine Gobbi. Larry 
Grady 

Second Row: Laura Grady. Lisa Go- 
guen, Laurie Godin, Carol Hachey. 
Patty Hallowell. Denise Gullom. 
Tom Grinnell. Ray Halleran 

homeroom 

First Row: David Iodice. Stephanie 
Hoffeman. Kris Hevesian. Trisha 
Hast 10. Linda Horrigan. Lynne 
Hickey, Lauren Howley. Elizabeth 
Hughes, Ms. Smith 
Second Row: Reggie Hebert. Doug 
Hoffer, Glenn Hayes. Chris Heatley. 
Leo Hill. Ron Husselbee. Bruce 
Humphreys. Sean Innis. Michael 
Hovsepian 




homeroom 
144 

First Row: Darrell Kadlec, Sung 
Kim, Ken Johnson, Debbie Johnson, 
Steve Jelloe, Nancy King, Colleen 
Kelley, Walter Kindberg 
Second Row: Paul Kilbride, Ellen 
Kiley, Wayne Johnson, Alyssa Ka- 
zin, Rob Khederian, Jeff Keough, 
Nancy Kelley, Jeanne Kenderes, 
Rob Irvine 



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First Row: Fred Lord. Brian Leon- 
ard, Rene LeBlanc. Jean LeBlanc. 
Richard LeClair. Jim Buckley. Sec- 
ond Row: Norma Leger. Joan LeB- 
lanc, Sandy LeBlanc. Jean LeBlanc. 
Barbara Leone, Jennifer Lord. 
Cathy Lombardo, Michele Legrow. 
Ken LeBlanc. Eric Long. 

homeroom 154 

First Row: Debbie Melanson. Kathy 
McAleer. Annellen McNamara. Neil 
McLaughlin, Paul Mastropien. Sec- 
ond Row: Lisa Marinaro. Kellee 
McGolpin. Wendy Mastorson. 
Joanne Mazzocchi. Stove Martinos. 
Craig MacMillan, Elizabeth Mc 
Grady. Cheryl McCue. Beth Merrill 








homeroom 
152 

First Row: Kathy Maffei, Tony 
Manfredonia, Kevin Lundberg, Gor- 
don Maclachlan, Jim Lucchese, Joe 
MacDougall, Kathy Magee, Ann 
Lucchese 

Second Row: Mr. Young, Mary Mac- 
Donald, Antonette Magno, Elena 
MacDonald, Ray MacDonald, Paul 
Manganelli, Domenico Mancini, Earl 
Maclure, Keith MacKenzie, Dennis 
Marcou, Karen Maclnnis, Anne 
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First Row: Ed Morvillo, Chris Mur- 
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Lisa Melanson. Maura Murphy. Lisa 
Mucci, Pancho Morns 
Second Row: John Mullane. Jack 
Murphy, Lisa Murphy. Theresa 
Morse 

homeroom 171 

First Row: Leigh-Anne Santa Ma- 
ria. Maria Salvato. Cheryl St. Cyr. 
Ellen St. Germain. Kristen Schu- 
bert. Kathy Ryan. Loretta Sabato 
Second Row: Sharon Salvucci. Brian 
Schoener, Kevin Russo. Edward 
Sargavakian. Julio Santana. Sammy 
Saunders. Kathy Schaufus. Jill 
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First Row: Hank O'Brien, Eric Niel- 
sen, Steve Neshe, Steve O'Hearn,' 
Second Row: Jane O'Donnell, Cheri 
Nicolo, Kathy Oliveri, Judy Nix, 
Stella Pancaldo, David Oliveri, Myr- 
na Padilla 

Third Row: Shirley Nowlan, Sarah 
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First Row: Bruce Rankin. Loyd 
Perna, Scott Penrod, Mike Randell. 
Second Row: Diana Pichette. John 
Pirone, Joanne Pineau, Helene Pro- 
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First Row: Kim Ritcey, Beth Ring, 
Rhenea Rowland, Sandy Rickman, 
Karen Russo. 

Second Row: Maurice Richard, Jim 
Richardson, John Roulliard, Mr. Sul- 
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Roseanne Torchio. Cathy Teeven, 
Angelo Tracanna, 

Second Row: Kenneth Thompson, 
Rob Trumbour, Tim Sullivan. Scott 
Tebeau, Joe Tierney, Dave Trudeau. 
Brian Straw, Stephen Thomas 

homeroom 17 5 

First Row: James White. Daniel Vi- 
tale. Joe Vanaria, Anne Verrochi, 
Joan Walter. Ann Welsch. Sue Val- 
lerand. 

Second Row: Rich Vanaria. Steve 
Vinciullo. Tony Tulimien. Glenn 
Vanderlinden. Steve Thomas. Ed 
Walsh. Keith Vanderlinden. Cindy 
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Dan Steede, Dave Smith, Tom 
Sliney, Dave Shaughnessy, Jim 
Sheridan Second Row: Cheryl Sei- 
fel, Martha Smith, Sandra Sgrosso, 
Brenda Stevens, Carmela Serren- 
tino, Sandy Sottile, Kelley Sears, 
Sheryl Stewart, Cindy Stevens, An- 
gela Sliney, Kathy Smith, Lisa Stig- 
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First Row: Heidi 
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White, Judy Yung, Sec- 
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Peter Zagwyn, Mike 
Wong, Arthur Whitte- 
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Denise Enik Zuppe 
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ANTHONY'S TRAVEL SERVICE 
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Totten Pond Rd 
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Woman's World now features 
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Woman's World Health Spas. 



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^ Newest training systems 
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PARTIES AND RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED 

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Knowing what makes him byte could be the key to your future. 



Pac Man is just the tip of the 
iceberg. Computer and com 
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corporate boardroom to the family playroom 

And, as the electronics universe expands, the competi- 
tion for skilled high technology personnel gets more and more 
intense. Opportunities for trained professionals balloon. 

GTE Sylvania Tech will give you the experience and the 
practical, hands-on training that you need to take advantage of 
the growing number of careers available in the booming com- 
puter and communications electronics industries. Last year, 
90% of the GTE Sylvania Tech students who looked for work 
through our Placement Office, found jobs in electronics. 

GTE Sylvania Tech. It's the choice of more and more 
people who want a rewarding career in a challenging, grow- 
ing industry. If you're smart, it will be the only game in town for 
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1 Hour On Sire Color Print Processing 

Colonial Shopping Plaza 

85 River Sr. Walrham, Mass. 

893-4922 



"Quality Service- Affordable Prices 



Copies And Enlargements From Your 
Senior Portraits 
No Negative Needed* 

24 Hour D/W And Sude Processing 





Same Day Disc Processing 
48 Hour Enlargement Service 



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Any Roll Of 110, 126, 135 Or 
Disc Film Processed And 
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PTR OPTICS 
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145 Newton St 

Waltham, Ma 02154 





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COMPLETE 

HEATING SYSTEMS INSTALLED 
sales Gas • Oil • Solar service 

BECKETT OIL BURNERS save energy & money 

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40 Bear Hill Road 
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17 Hammond St. 
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Manufacturers & Distributors of Masonry Products 

Main of pee: 

232 Lexington Street 55 Power Road 

Waltham, MA 02 1 54 Westford, MA 1 886 

(6 1 7) 894-3206 (6 1 7) 692-3076 






TAYTERS, INC. 



118 Calvary St 
Waltham, Mass 




PARTY PLATTERS 
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FOOD EXPRESS 

901 MAIN ST. 

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GARDENCREST 
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25 Summer St 
Waltham, Mass 






GAETA BROS 
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287 Newton St 
Waltham, Mass 








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R.A. SALVUCCI CONSTRUCTION CO.. INC. 

ALL TYPES OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
MASONRY EXPERTISE 



37 WHITCOMB STREET 
WAl THAM MASS 02154 



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899-2600 


ALAN MOVSESSIAN 


899-0727 



PHONE 647-1657 




? & 2 Catpet Service 

CARPETS • CERAMIC TILE • LINOLEUM 




233 BACON STREET, REAR 
WALTHAM, MA 02154 

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SALEM FOOD 

Mercafo Alimentare Iraliano 
An Old Tradition For Modern 

Taste 

When You Really Care For 

The Very Best 

468 Main Sr. 
Frank Ursino Walrham, Moss 

Paul Ursino 893-9874 



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55 Moody St 
Waltham, Mass 




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60 Farwell Street 

Waltham, Mass 02154 

969-0959 

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619 Trapelo Rd 

Waltham, Mass 02154 

Indoor And Outdoor 

Dining Facilities 

For Fast Friendly 

Courteous Service 

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THE FARM 

SPOT 

EMPLOYEES 

Congratulate The Class 
Of 83 

Fresh Fruit And 

Vegetables 

Daily At The 

Farm Spot 

314 River St 

Waltham, Mass 02154 

891-1471 

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ASSUMPTION 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO 

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Welthem, Mess. 021 5-4 





Richard Dlkran Akilllan 

REALTOR- APPRAISER 



J.O. AKILLIAIM, INC. 61 1 Trapaio Rd. 

Paaltora Waltham. MA OS 1 »4 

EstabMsned 1952 (61 7) 69-4-6630 




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• Complete local news coverage since 1863 

• Published daily • Monday through Friday 

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of United Press International 

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Assoc, for dailies under 30,000 circulation 

• Q-W-l-P copy transmission accepted: please 
dial 617/329-5000, Extension 288 

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170-172 School St 
Waltham, Mass 02154 



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food store 

56 Church St 
Belmont, Mass 02174 






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SUMOCO 

ELLISON PARK SUNOCO SERVICE 

TUNE UP - BRAKES - GENERAL REPAIRS 

TIRES - ROAD SERVICE - ACCESSORIES 

DEALER WARRANTY PROTECTION 





SALS FOOD 
SHOP 

470A Main St 
Waltham, Mass 




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Two Convenient 
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1070 Lexington St 
80 River Street 





Best Of Health & Good 

Luck 

To The Class Of 1983 

From The Folks At 

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Offers Its Sincere 
Congratulations To The Class 
Of 1983. For This Occasion We 
Are Offering To Waltham 
High 

School Students And Their 
Parents A Dry Cleaning 
Special On Each 8 Lb Load Of 
Dry Cleaning For Only $5.50. 
This Offer Includes One Free 
Wash. 

874 Lexington St 

Wal-Lex Plaza 

899-3292 

Offer Expires January 1984 



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SERVING WALTHAM AND SURROUNDING AREAS 



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The Recipients Of The Kiwanis Scholarships Now And 

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Jay G. Allen Framingham State College 
Joanna Aniello Middlesex Community 
William J. Archibald Franklin Institute 
Teresa Arcuri Northeastern 
Anne Arnold Tufts 

Brenda Arsenault Middlesex Community 
Carol Arsenault Bentley College 
Stephen Ashness Bridgewater State College 
Maureen E. Barth Middlesex Community 
Richard Bartleman Wentworth 
Nancy Beaton Mass Bay Community 
Marlene Belanger Mass Bay Community- 
Anne C. Bilodeau Oberlin College 
Kristin Bell U. of Lowell 
Joe Benjamin Norwich University 
Leslie Blair Brandeis University 
Catarina Bonadio Southeastern Mass University 
Kevin Bone Ashbury College 
Judith A. Bonica Framingham State College 
Denise Boucher Bryman School 
Alexander Boudreau Wentworth 
Donna Boudreau Bridgewater State College 
Gerard Boudreau U. Mass at Boston 
Julie A. Boudreau Southeastern Mass University- 
Annette M. Bourgeois Aquinas Jr. College 
Carole M. Bourgeois Mass Bay Community 
Jill Bourgeois Westfield State College 
Stephen Bove Northeastern 
Christopher Bowler Union College 
Colleen Brown Bowdoin College 
Ronald H. Bucknam Bentley College 
Jean Cadigan Lyndon State College 
Erica Cahoon Bryant College 
Bryon E. Cail Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U. 
Eric Campbell Middlesex Community 
Gina Caruso Boston College 
Lisa Caruso Southeastern Mass University- 
John F. Casella Bentley College 
Donald J. Casey Northeastern 
Neil Casey Framingham State College 
Catherine Caso Aquinas Jr. College 
James Centofanti Providence College 
Karen Centola Boston College 
Cara Cercone Mass Bay Community- 
Susan Charbonneau Mass College of Art 
Gerald Chiarelli Wentworth 
Mark Chiarelli Bentley College 
Tina Chung Middlebury College 
Sharyn Cianci Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Christopher Claffey Mass Bay Community- 
Stephen A. Clark Mass Bay Community 
Jennifer Clarke Framingham State College 
Letitia Clementi U. of New Hampshire 
Charlene Cloney Simmons College 
Eileen Comeau Bentley College 
Walter Comeau St. Anselm's College 
Timothy Connaughton Wentworth 
Diane E. Connelly Framingham State College 
Steven Connors Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
David Conrad Boston College [ ^_ 1 

Karen Coraccio Bridgewater State College 
Gerard E. Corbett American International College 
Alan Cormier U. Mass at Amherst 

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William Cotone Northeastern 

Susan Craig Holy Cross 

William E. Creamer Franklin Institute 

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Anne Curran U. of Lowell 

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Linda Danko U. Mass at Amherst 

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Christine DeFrancisco Framingham State College 
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Daniel Demeo Mass Bay Community 
MaryJo DeMeo Mass Bay Community- 
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Christine Denaro Tufts 
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Daniel J. DiGiovine U. of Lowell 
Lori DiNapoli Bay State Jr. College 
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Donald Duffy Northeastern 
Robin A. Dumas Manhattan School of Music 
Stephen Dunbar U. of New Hampshire 
Leonard Dupille U. of Lowell 
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Byron English Bay State Jr. College 
Kimberly Enman Aquinas Jr. College 
Linda Falconer Framingham State College 
Gail Falzone Southeastern Mass University 
Nancy Faulstich Oberlin College 
Cheryl Ferrick Framingham State College 
Carolyn Figlioni Framingham State College 
Edward Finney Franklin Institute 
Michael T. Fitzgerald University of Denver 
Gregg Flemming U. of Lowell 
Mary Alice Flemming Regis College 
Jake Foote U of Lowell 
William Frazier Northeastern 
William E. Furdon School of Visual Arts 
Kathleen M. Galvin Framingham State College 
Jeanne Gately Bridgewater State College 
Karen Gearty Merrimack College 
John Giardinla Merrimack College 
Sharon Glldea Aquinas Jr. College 
Lulgi Giovanettl Bentley College 
Barbara Glslger Middlesex Community 
Theresa Glugno Framingham State College 
Brian Glustl Curry College 
M. Katherine Glynn Fisher Jr. College 
John Govonl Northeastern 
Paul Grenler U. Mass at Amherst 
Mark A. Guarlnl Mass Bay Communlty 
Daniel Guerin Middlesex Community- 
Dennis Gullotti Bentley College 
Thomas Michael Hardiman U. of Notre Dame 
Christopher Harrington U. Mass at Amherst 
Gary Hart The Citadel 
Richard Hart Bentley College 
Kim Haskell Framingham State College 
Suzanne Henry Becker Jr. College 
James P. Hicks Franklin Institute 
Kristine Hill Regis College 
Karen Hlnes Aquinas Jr. College 
Lynn Hough Framingham State College 
Lisa Howard Framingham State College 
Thomas S. Howley Northeastern 
Jennifer Huff Bentley College 
Michael W. Hurley U. Mass at Amherst 
Lisa Hyde Mass Bay Community 
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Carolyn Johnston Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Paula S. Jurigian Holy Cross 
Julie Kasper U. of New Hampshire 
Joseph Kavey Mass Maritime Academy- 
Kathleen Kavey Boston College 
Robert Kavey Boston College 
David A. Keating Franklin Institute 
Christine Kelleher Framingham State College 
Sarah Joan Kelley Aquinas Jr. College 
Kerry Kelly Merrimack College 
Kimberly Kelly Aquinas Jr. College 
Patrick Kelly Framingham State College 
David Kent Northeastern 
Tara Keough U. of Lowell 
Carol Jane Kirsch U. of Vermont 
Christine Kopsiaftis Bentley College 
Lorraine Kusimirek Aqulnus Jr. College 
Peter LaCrosse Nathaniel Hawthorne College 
Deborah LaFauce Middlesex Community 
Carla Lamb Southeastern Mass University 
Janet LaRosa Curry College 
Cheryl Lavash Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Reglna Lawton Aquinas Jr. College 
Denise LeBlanc Mass Bay Community 
Diane LeBlanc Mass Bay Community 
onique A. LeBlanc Mass Bay Community 
llliam P. Lee Bentley College 
Charles Leger Berklee College of Music 
Shirley Leger Bentley College 
Marcel Lelievre U. of Lowell 
Lawrence J. Leone Framingham State College 
David Llmole Northeastern 
Joseph Linnehan Boston College 
Michael Little Westfield State College 
Paul Logue U. of New Hampshire 
Daniel Lombard! Wentworth 
Jerome Lombardi Northeastern 
Brenna Jane Long U. Mass at Amherst 
James A. Loynd U. Mass at Amherst 
David MacDonald Westfield State College 
Donna MacDonald U. of Lowell 
John MacLellan Middlesex Community 
Suzanne MacNeill Regis College 
Joseph Magno Northeastern 
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Kathryn Marclnowski Bay Path Jr. College 
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Karen McGinn Northeastern 
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Jacalyn Mclsaac Bunker Hill Community 
Daniel McMahon Franklin Institute 
Sheila McNamara Salem State College 
Charlene Meegan Middlesex Community 
Ellen Mesrobian Boston College 
Julie Ann Miani Aquinas Jr. College 
Brian Mlllerlek Phillips Andover Academy 
Kevin Milllgan Springfield College 
Sal Mirasola Mass Bay Community 
John Mitchell Bentley College 
Joseph Mola Bentley College 
Kathleen A. Monahan Holy Cross 
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Michael Moran U. of Lowell 
Paul Morln Wentworth 
Kenneth P. Morreale Boston University 
John Mula Mass Bay Communlty 
James Mullane Middlesex Community- 
James Murphy Bentley College 
Paul Murphy Wentworth 
Debra Nlgro Framingham State College 
John Nisbet College of the Desert-Palm Springs 
Jerome Nocera Worcester Academy 
Advie Noel U. of Bridgeport 
Kevin Michael Norris Bentley College 
Eric Oberg ITT Technical *C" 

Barbara O'Brien U. of Lowell 
Eugene O'Brien U. Mass at Amherst 
Charlene O'Byrne Aquinas Jr. College 
Kenneth O'Connor Bentley College' 
Lai Ong U. Mass at Boston 
Phuong Ong U. Mass at Boston 
Maria Orlando Boston College 
Rosanne O'Toole Framingham State College 
Walter Paschal Bridgewater State College 
Marina Penedo River College 
Wendy M. Petersen Mass Bay Community 
David Piantedosi Framingham State College 
Diane Pintabone Boston College 
Dlna Piscatelll U. Mass at Amherst 
Alan Poirier U. of Lowell 
Cecelia Poppleton Northeastern 
John Power Westfield State College 
Paula Prifti Endicott Jr. College 
David Prlnciotta Framingham State College 
Mark Proia Bentley College 
Carolyn Quinlan Chamberlayne Jr. College 
Timothy Regan Mass Bay Community 
Paula Riccio Framingham State College 
Cheryl Rickman Central Maine Medical Center School 

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Maria Rlzzo Plymouth State College 
Gerard Robichaud Jr. Springfield College 
Jeffrey Rogers Northeastern 
John Romanowski Brandeis University 
Joseph Romanowski Bentley College 
Steven Rosslllo Bryant College 
John Saulnier Bridgewater State College 
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Arthur Smith U. of Lowell 
Christine Smollnsky Mass Bay Communit 
Karen Snow U. of New Hampshire 
Lisa M. Stalmon Bentley College 
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Mark Sullivan U. of Lowell ^^4 

Mark Taranto Maine Central Institute 
Daniel Tardif Wentworth 
Nancy Tewksbury Framingham State College 
Judy Thertault Aquinas Jr. College 
Vlnh Tai U. Mass at Boston 
William Thompson Wentworth 
Doreen Tlrone Bentley College 
Paul Tracey Framingham State College 
Marlallna Urblna Northeastern 
Mark Vallerand Middlesex Community 
Deborah A. Vass Johnson & Wales College 
Kathleen Veninl Bay Path Jr. College 
Karyn Veno Mass Bay Community- 
Ronald J. Walker Bentley College 
Joseph Walter Boston College 
Bruce Webster New York University 
Darcle Wescott U. of Lowell 
Robert S. Weston U. of Lowell 
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island that time had passed by and, offshore, great warships sunk by 
modern missiles; the imperial pomp for a fallen Soviet leader in 
Moscow and the remembered glory of a fallen American princess in 
Monaco. But the year also brought worthy feats. Among them: an 
overdue tribute to America's Viet Nam dead and an otherworldly 
creature who captivated the whole world. 



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Unemployment was once again a big problem in our country. The rate of unem- 
ployment has been rising for quite some time now, and there doesn't seem to be an 
end in sight. Some believe that unemployment rates could hover around 9 percent 
throughout the decade. Many blue-collar workers in their 40s and 50s are going to 
lose their jobs and if this happened it is unlikely that they will get work for the rest 
of their lives. 

Social Security was a very sensative project this year. Many young people are 
convinced that the system will go under before they retire, and the elderly are, 
understandably, the most nervous of all. It is estimated that the Social Security 
Administration will have to find an unimaginable 1.5 trillion dollars over the next 
75 years just to keep the elderly comfortable at home. 

It was also believed this year that secret diaries written by Adolf Hitler were 
found. These diaries were bought by Der Stern, a weekly West German magazine 
with the intention to publish them all over the world. Several weeks later, howev- 
er, they were proven to be a hoax. Handwriting experts studied the diaries and 
proclaimed that they were forged, and badly at that. Stern's editor later admitted 
that they had reason to be ashamed. 

The fight over defense spending promises to be very bitter. President Regan has 
proposed a "dense pack" as a solution to the U.S. - Soviet missle gap. His dense 
pack is a 26.4 billion dollar plan to place 100 MX missies in a narrow strip of land 
outside a U.S. Air Force base. This plan, however, has met with continuing criti- 
cism and scepticism. 



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in song 


You & 1 


Eddie Rabbitt 


Maneater 


Daryl Hall & John Oates 


Downunder 


Men at Work 


Billy Jean 


Michael Jackson 


Ebony & Ivory 


Stevie Wonder 




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Stray Cat Strut 


Stray Cats 


Africa 


Toto 


Sexual Healing 


Marvin Gaye 


Flashdance 


Irene Cara 


Beat It 


Michael Jackson 


Der Kommissar 


After the Fire 


Let's Dance 


David Bowie 




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Hill Street Blues 

60 Minutes 

Cheers 

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Remington Steele 

Newhart 

Police Squad 

Fame 

Dynasty 

Brideshead Revisited 




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problems in the form of bad weather. They were 
arthquake which shook the town 62 miles south- 
and centered on an unknown fault. It registered a 
Icale making it one of the biggest to hit California 
ike of 1906. As devasting as this earthquake was it 
quake which scientists say will inevitable hit 
ears. It will have nearly 100 times the intensity, 
in seconds. 

hey are still having problems with the solidarity 
i Wales; naa muted his criticism of Poland's communist regime 
after his release from interment. This didn't last long, however, and he soon broke 
his silence. He now seems ready to organize open resistance to press for the release 
of union men still in custody. If he is not bluffing about the actions he will take 
Poland could be in for trouble. «&-" 

Computers are also becoming more popular. Many people njaA^bwn personal 
computers such as the Apple. Apple and IBM are even beginning to sell some 
models overseas. With the growing use of computers people will soon have more 
leisure time to enjoy themselves. 

We have also seen the end of the Madison Hotel in Boston. The Hotel was 
recently knocked down. Many people will miss this familiar landmark. 

There is even some news coming right out of Waltham Hi Sggj? e of our teach " 
ers, Mr. Graceffa has a new son. Mr. Graceffa went to Colujg jftfor four days to 
adopt his new baby. The baby's name is John Thomas. We wfi 

good luck. 

Many people were saddened to hear of the death of sotftfu loved people. We 
certainly felt the loss of Bear Bryant. He was one of the bW coaches in college 
football. He died onbLfi month after retiring f ron*Ai&aft^a««s£er as a college 
football c oacLH£ wSw^^o^|d hjO^s nl^jrs. tf> feQ^fep^re games than 

arduous t^Ho^oTmigTiisTtle. AfrtryWrs of actinglfe^ryltall finally wonTn 
Academy Award for his role in "On Golden Pond" I 

An actress we also regret losing was Grace Kelly. She died at 52 in a fatal auto 
accident. She was a regal film star who went on to become princess of Monaco. 

Finally, We learned of the death of Leonid Brezhnev. Leonid Brezhnev was 



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.^ also had much to offer this year. In Baseball the 
is beat Harvey Kuehn's wall-banking 
in a seven-game series by taking the last two at home. 
Cardinal pitchers were last in strike outs for the year, 
but yielded the fourth fewest homem 

Football also showed much excitement, as the Redkins 
powered by the explosive running of fullback John 
Riggins Washington beat Miami in the super bowl. 

Hershol Walker certainly showed how powerful he 
was by being awarded the 1983 Heisman Trophy. He 
was a running back for the Georgia Bulldogs who just 
recently signed a multi-million dollar contract with 
the newly formed U .S.F.I,. 

Another excellent player in college football was S 
ford's. John Elway. He showed he didn't fool around by 
beating the #1 ranked Washington Huskies. 

Despite these two great players, Penn Slate was at last 
number 1 in college football, as Greg Garrity scored 
the winning touchdown against Georgia. 

Jimmy Connorswas number 1 on the tennis court as he 
won the U.S. Open shortly after his victory at Wimble- 



Finally in Basketball, the Philadelphia 76Vr> were the 
champs in the NBA, while tewas number 1 in 

college basketball. 

We are also very proud of one of Waltham High's 
graduates. Fred Smerlas. who is a member of the Buf- 
falo Bills made All Pro 1st team, in the NFL. 












The play "Cats "was the big hit on broadway 
this year winning 7 Tony Awards including 
Best Musical. 



In the movies E.T. and Gandhi were popular. 
Children could often be seen with E.T. para- 



phenalia. 

On television many people watched the final 
episode of M*A*S*H. It had been a part of 
television for ten years. Many people were 
sorry to see it end. Some may have even no- 
ticed Kevin Scannell in the final episode. Ke- 
vin is a former Waltham High School Stu- 
dent. 

It was a year which reflected many things 
Both good and bad times. Some of the fads, 
will quickly be forgotten, but some will re- 
main as lasting memories of our high school 
days. 







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